For 40 years, local artist Marianne Wieland, with the help of volunteers, has been producing an italiago print based on a religious theme. These beautiful prints are signed and numbered, and are a collectable item to treasure. She started this project as a personal response to her pastor’s challenge to address world hunger. Now, 40 years later, they have generated over $300,000 to help with world hunger. The link below will take you to Gloria Dei Lutheran Church’s website to order one of these prints. Better hurry, as this year’s edition is only 100 prints. Marianne advises me that she will be at Central Lutheran Church this coming Sunday, December 8, with her prints. She will also have prints of past years available for sale. They make the perfect Christmas gift.
Thank you Marianne, for the hard work you and your volunteers do to personally address the challenge of world hunger.