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Seen on Scene: At Country Store

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Volunteer Ursula Stelzner mans the baskets in the jewelry department at Grace Community Church’s annual Country Store fundraiser Friday.

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Customers peruse the furniture for sale at the 72nd annual Country Store fundraiser put on by Grace Community Church Friday, Oct. 18, and Saturday, Oct 19.

Jimbo Zinn looks through pieces of art done by the late Eleanor Beckert at the annual Country Store on Friday, Oct. 18, during thefundraiser put on by Grace Community Church. Beckert’s family donated a lot of her art collection to the sale.

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David Graham, pastor of Grace Community Church, was on hand to help inspect packages and keep operations of the annual Country Store running as planned on Friday, Oct. 18.

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Helping keep the bakery and cafe running smoothly during Grace Community Church’s annual Country Store on Friday, Oct. 18, from left, Lois Bush, bakery chairman; Sheryl Mayes, Olivia Dudek and Floyd Lindeberg.

By Celia Shortt Goodyear and Hali Bernstein Saylor

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