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  • These and other craft makers in the Gambier area will have their crafts for sale in the 44th annual sale Dec. 2 from 11 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. There will be 99 crafters, many local in the Kenyon College Athletic Center. There will be large variety of crafts including glass ornaments, candy, cookies, cakes, breads, rugs, furniture, Jewelry, many type of holiday decor and clothing made for people, animals and dolls. Showing some of the crafts are, from left, Joyce Klein and Mistie Wray, co-chairwomen; Donna Campbell, sewing: Jo Rice, quilts and pictures; Gail Smith LeBenne, sand blasted and stained glass; and Eleanor Christie, modeling a little girls apron. There will be a Food for the Hungry collection site.  style=

    Crafters getting ready for Gambier show

    These and other craft makers in the Gambier area will have their crafts for sale in the 44th annual sale Dec. 2 from 11 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. There will be 99 crafters, many local in the Kenyon College Athletic Center. There will be large variety of crafts including glass ornaments, candy, cookies, cakes, breads, rugs, furniture, Jewelry, many type of holiday decor and clothing made for people, animals and dolls. Showing some of the crafts are, from left, Joyce Klein and Mistie Wray, co-chairwomen; Donna Campbell, sewing: Jo Rice, quilts and pictures; Gail Smith LeBenne, sand blasted and stained glass; and Eleanor Christie, modeling a little girls apron. There will be a Food for the Hungry collection site. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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  • The November installment of Business After Hours with the Knox County Chamber of Commerce shined a spotlight on Creative Images, 122 W. High St. on Tuesday afternoon. A ribbon-cutting took place to kick off a new venture at Creative Images called Painting With Friends. This is a social time where participants can take a one-time acrylic painting class and go home with a 16-by-20-inch painting. Taking part in the ribbon-cutting are, from left, owners Clarence Laferty and Crystal Laferty, and Chamber of Commerce executive director Carol Grubaugh. style=

    Creative Images hosts Business After Hours

    The November installment of Business After Hours with the Knox County Chamber of Commerce shined a spotlight on Creative Images, 122 W. High St. on Tuesday afternoon. A ribbon-cutting took place to kick off a new venture at Creative Images called Painting With Friends. This is a social time where participants can take a one-time acrylic painting class and go home with a 16-by-20-inch painting. Taking part in the ribbon-cutting are, from left, owners Clarence Laferty and Crystal Laferty, and Chamber of Commerce executive director Carol Grubaugh. (Photo by Alan Reed)

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  • Knox County Career Center collision repair students Matt Bricking, left, and Phil Rovnak work on the Ford F350 truck which, when totally repaired, will be auctioned off to support the Food for the Hungry campaign on Dec. 8. style=

    Fixing up the FFH truck

    Knox County Career Center collision repair students Matt Bricking, left, and Phil Rovnak work on the Ford F350 truck which, when totally repaired, will be auctioned off to support the Food for the Hungry campaign on Dec. 8. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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