Professional storyteller

Recently, Diane Williams, a member of the Mississippi Humanities Council, was the guest speaker for the Annandale Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution.  Diane presented her program entitled “The Historic Journey of African American Quilters”.  A professional storyteller since 1992, Williams’ talents include fiber artwork and poetry. She also serves as director of Grants for the Mississippi Arts Commission. (From left)  Debbie Cannon, Annandale; Diane Williams, and Myra Cook, Annandale.

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