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    Orchids to…

    • those who realize arts provide jobs, promote tourism and attract businesses.

    • Karen Shrode for standing tall and fighting the good fight trying to protect the arts.

    • Tracey Ann Thomas, for your endless love, cooking, housekeeping, mowing the farm, bailing the hay, being my daughter and everything over the years, from Joann Thomas.

    • Edwin Scott for the wonderful article in the paper, from John Tinkey.

    • everyone who helped with the dinner at Barrington Apartments.

    • Shirley Giles for helping the walking stranded motorist, from Rebecca.

    • Gus and Mary Alice Lanham for everything you have done for me throughout the years, you will be missed, from Robin Niedbalski.

    • the two men in the truck that brought five boxes of bread to the residents at the Armory.

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