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HIGHER PRICES? BLACK FRIDAY SHOPPERS STILL EAGER

Local shoppers, clad in jackets and adorned with toboggans, braved the chilly  pre-dawn temperatures for some hot deals on Black Friday.Although the frigid temps were above freezing, wind gusts …
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Nature-based curriculum takes youngsters outside

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Woodsong Forest School’s campus is a rolling landscape inhabited by old-growth trees, babbling brooks, a serene pond, as well as the occasional deer or chipmunk that wanders by.The picturesque …

Ocoee Garden Club create holiday decorations

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THOSE ATTENDING the November Ocoee Garden Club meeting were Patricia Pierce, Pamela Stanley, Jeanette Schlaeger, Mary McNulty, Nora McNeill, Rachel Savage, Mary Margaret Stamper, Mary Ruth Younger and Shelley Hagler. Crystal Rymer was the photographer.

First Lee University MFT Sandplay Therapy

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  Graduate students in Lee University’s Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) program are the first doctorate candidates at Lee to receive specialized, introductory training in sandplay therapy …

11-24 SAR — Revolutionary War soldier's grave marked

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