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March 2014


In the current issue of Local Color...

On the cover: Bidders look over silent auction items during the Healing Hearts benefit for Pennock Center for Counseling on Feb. 7. About 130 people attended the event, which also included a live auc- tion, led by Butch Hagelstrom. Money raised will help defray costs for clients who might not otherwise be able to afford counseling or group sessions. Photo by Mark Humbert

Sepia Tones: Future promising for Pleasant Plains School.
Big Picture: Recycling history worth its weight A turnaround year year for bricks, mortar Forward thinking starts with look back
Our Neighbors: Education Brett Minne's principal concept.
News: Farm's facelift just the beginning Knee, hip pain specialist joins Mountain View Orthopedics.
Feature: Seniors game for competition.
Feature: Homespun: It's art from page to podium On a lighter note, it's still love
Time Exposure: Oz showcases theater's wizardry. Fun takes flight in Peter Pan Jr.
Screenings: Winter's Tale: Premise left out in the cold.
In Other Words: Journey tells part of Brighton's story

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