Quilt of Valor

Quilt of Valor

Borderless Arts Tennessee participants are cutting, piecing, ironing and sewing to make a Quilt of Valor of for Colonel Edward Dupont, the Senior Defense Official to the Kingdom of Belgium. Thank you to our supporters: Memorial Foundation, William N Rollins Art Fund...
Student Sharing

Student Sharing

The Student Sharing of the Estelle Condra Education Collaborative took place this morning. Thanks to our participating schools: Bartlett elementary, Norris Elementary and Union Elementary. Thanks to our supporters of this program International Paper, Meta Gallatin,...
The American Legion

The American Legion

The last stop of the historic weekend tour in Evansville Indiana was to the American Legion Funkhouser Post 8. This post is housed in what used to be the Alpine Haus Restaurant. The Alpine Haus was built by two German immigrants, one of which was my grandfather, just...
Visiting the Evansville Wartime Musem

Visiting the Evansville Wartime Musem

Saturday afternoon was spent at the Evansville Wartime Museum. This museum was impacted by a tornado that hit it about a month ago. The museum is temporarily closed to the public. However, the museum made special arrangements with the airport to use one of their...
Eating at the Old Greyhound Bus Station

Eating at the Old Greyhound Bus Station

On the weekend trip to Evansville, the group viewed a few historic buildings in the area after their LST Tour on Saturday. We then came to the old Greyhound Bus Station which was built in 1939 at the time of WWII. Bru Burger now operates a restaurant inside this...
An Adventure on the LST

An Adventure on the LST

On May 3 & 4, participants of Borderless Arts TN traveled a couple of hours north to Evansville Indiana as it is a WWII Heritage City. The group continued its educational and artistic pursuits connected to WWII as we continue our tribute to the 80th Anniversary of...