Lynna Woolsey uses her creative power to teach art history and raise money, awareness for breast cancer research
by Kristy Cardinal
A woman defined many ways. God made women to be anywhere from a lover to a fighter. The perfect symbol of a woman with both these qualities is Lynna Woolsey – who has a love for art and history and who has fought the fight against cancer.
Mrs. Woolsey has dedicated her life to teaching young students the history of art. “I love working with kids and teaching them about art and the history of the world through art,” Woolsey said.
She attended Oakland City College and was graduated in 1992 with a bachelor’s degree in vicual arts. her art teaching career began in the fall of 1993 at Decker (Ind.) Elementary. She later moved to teaching art at the new South Knox Elementary in 1999 school year. Located in Verne, Monroe City Elementary and Decker Elementary combined to form one elementary for the South Knox Corporation.
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