Humans of Scott: Igniting the creative spark
Keyona Fisher, 375th Force Support Squadron uses her 30 year background as an art teacher to continue to spark creativity in others on Scott Air Force Base, Illinois. Fisher speaks on the importance of having that creative spark, "It's kind of like, if you're a runner, or if you do sports, and you hit that point where everything else goes away. You can do it. If you're in a wheelchair, you can do it. If you're 60 years old, you can do it. You can get that Zen feeling, and it's a gift that I like being able to share with people." (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class De’Quan Simmons)
Airman 1st Class DeQuan Simmons
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