Stop by the Lexington High School Library to enjoy the beautiful art displays of African and Latin American art donated by Natalie Hahn. According to the explanatory plaque, which is also on display, the art is in honor of KRVN Radio with appreciation for the contributions of the Max and Eric Brown families. Eric and Ruth Brown facilitated the connection between Natalie Hahn and the donated pieces of art on permanent display here at the high school and the Lexington Public Library and Sandoz Elementary.
Natalie Hahn served with United Nations Programs for 38 years, primarily in Africa, where she collected a majority of the art. Hahn is a native of Polk, Nebraska and she graduated from the College of Journalism and Mass Communications at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
A reception for the dedication of her generous donations will be held Tuesday, June 21, at 4:00 p.m. at the Lexington Public Library. Please join us as we thank Natalie Hahn for her generosity to the community of Lexington.