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Art auction nets more than $1,000

Nancy Miller and Jeannie Pamplin display a turtle  box during the arts alliance jewelry project auction.Nancy Miller and Jeannie Pamplin display a turtle box during the arts alliance jewelry project auction.

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Food Bank not open Saturday

The Community Food Bank of Franklin County is no longer open on Saturdays.

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Heavenly Sounds concert Sunday

Mount Vernon Music promises listeners a taste of the eternal with Heavenly String Sounds created by the music of Haydn and Schubert.

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Healing Through the Arts

Healing Through the ArtsThe first of a six series in the Healing Through the Arts program begin Friday, Aug. 31.

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Reception, auction Friday for arts alliance

clock mounted in wood and adourned with jewelry piecesThis clock mounted in wood and adorned with jewelry pieces is one of many items up for auction

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Perry home from Mercy Ship trip

Brittany PerryBrittany Perry has returned home from her second summer serving aboard the Africa Mercy Ship.

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Music Gala Successful

N’Awlins Gumbo Kings jazz bandOrganizers report the Mount Vernon Music Association’s 2012 Gala was a success with about $16,000 raised to finance the 2012-13 concert season.

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Local railroad history reviewed

Paul Lovier, local county judge and founding member of the Northeast Rural Rail Transportation District, provided a history of local area railroad development.Paul Lovier, local county judge and founding member of the Northeast Rural Rail Transportation District, provided a history of local area railroad development.

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Local railroad history program is Monday

Railroad history in Franklin County will be the topic of the program for the Monday, Sept. 3 meeting of the Franklin County Historical Association.

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