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Carol Rose is owner of Mohawk's Ramblin' Rose Arts Center and director
of Keweenaw Krayons, a non-profit arts organization based at the center. A mother of four grown children, and grandmother to five, Carol moved to Keweenaw
County five years ago to be near her son,
daughter-in-law and three yooper grandkids.
A writer and photographer, Carol enjoys cross country skiing, hiking, biking and driving her 91 Blazer on the local "two track" roads.
A new owner of snowshoes, she'll be taking her camera even further off the beaten path this winter.
Krayons' greenhouse under construction
MOHAWK -- Keweenaw Krayons, based at the Ramblin' Rose Arts Center in Mohawk, will soon have a new permanent greenhouse, thanks to local youth, Keweenaw
Academy students and adult volunteers. Guest columnist Carol Rose, founder and director
of the non-profit arts organization, says volunteers are essential for this and
other projects at the center. more
Keweenaw Krayons artists make ornaments for national Tree of Hope
-- A stained-glass snowman with wings, a birch bark and driftwood duck, a bird cradled in a nest
-- These are just three of the ornaments made recently in Keweenaw Krayons' classes for youth and adults held at the
Ramblin' Rose Arts Center in Mohawk. Designed with a winged concept in keeping with the theme of hope for the new millennium, the ornaments will hang on the 2001 United States Capitol Holiday Tree, which comes from the Ottawa National Forest.
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