Special to the Reporter

The Methodist Women of Glen Rose visited four galleries,

some antique stores, the Conservatory and the

Rock Church on May 5. Clifton is home to many recognized

artists and has approximately 26 artists living in

the area.

One of the highlights was a scrumptious lunch with

dessert at the White Horse Station. The owner visited

with the ladies and told stories about the building and its

tall ceilings.

Lunch was served in the midst of a fine art gallery,

which included one of Robert Summers’ bronze pieces.

The gallery also has the original White Horse painting.

After dessert, the ladies headed over to the

Conservatory and had a personal tour of the gallery. On

the way back, they stopped at the Rock Church near

Norse. The Rock Church was built by the early

Norwegian and German pioneers and sits high on a hill in

the middle of a beautiful countryside.

The women’s group takes quarterly trips and would

love to have any lady join them for the day. Contact

Jimmie Sumners at (254) 898-2510 for more information