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Set up a giveaway. Even though his father, now deceased, was a coach, Waters never felt pushed into sports. In fact, his parents got him art lessons at a young age. Whatever we did, they insisted we do it the best we could. We were raised with a good work ethic. As recognized as his paintings are now, the artist''s career path wasn''t strewn with roses.

After attaining his master''s degree in art from Mississippi College, "soon as I got out I was painting for posterity at flea markets, because galleries wouldn''t handle my work. My parents thought, ''So much for academia,''" he smiled. That state of affairs changed, of course. He''s now considered one of Mississippi''s premier watercolor artists.

His work is in numerous collections, both private and corporate. He''s illustrated a string of books, including several with renowned Mississippi chef Robert St. An Italian cookbook with St. John is next on his calendar. Book signing appearances are wonderful for meeting friends and fans.

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They do, however, keep Waters out of the studio for sometimes a month or more. I learned you have to be patient. I''ve found there''s an optimum speed. Like Goldilocks, there''s too fast, too slow, and just right. Gilchrist said, "I always wanted to play a violin. That was almost 80 years ago and yet … on that trip to her home in Selma, "I saw the cabinet," she said.

Johnston, now 68, raised her family in Farmington. When she was 41, this mother of three decided to put on a Christmas dinner for the elderly who didn't have a family to visit for the holiday.

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The rest came on their own to the Farmington Community Center. Johnston did all the cooking and preparation - her husband just "grumbled" and didn't think she should bother - and she served people that first Christmas. Santa Claus," Johnston said. A year later, members of several churches decided to help Johnston and formed an organization.

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That event is still going on today and is run by Gina Burns, who does all the cooking. It's open to anyone that wants to come to the Community Center on Highway 2 in Farmington. Carry-outs are picked up at Gifts are also passed out. Anita Zielinski, 79, was born in Boston, Mass. But she married a Navy man and traveled all over. One of her sons was born in Morocco, Africa. Joann Culbertson, 83, of Fort Madison remembered her husband, Keith, would "jump on the roof and say, 'Merry Christmas! Doris Bentley's husband, Charles "Buck" entertained the grandchildren by wearing a Santa cap and doing all the cooking for the Christmas dinner.