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Knitting for a celebration

Some people in the community have started meeting on Thursday afternoons around 4 p.m. to knit and crochet together for the lakecity’s Yarnbombing Project spearheaded by local artists to help the city celebate its 85th anniversary this summer. The knitting and crocheting will be used to decorate trees and fences in city during the summer months. Pictured are artists Cat Prevette (circling from the left), Louise Roi, Anne Brown and potters Lesley Lloyd, Buff Carnes, Barb Fraleigh and Joan Beck. - Gaiel Farrar photo
Some people in the community have started meeting on Thursday afternoons around 4 p.m. to knit and crochet together for the lakecity’s Yarnbombing Project spearheaded by local artists to help the city celebate its 85th anniversary this summer. The knitting and crocheting will be used to decorate trees and fences in city during the summer months. Pictured are artists Cat Prevette (circling from the left), Louise Roi, Anne Brown and potters Lesley Lloyd, Buff Carnes, Barb Fraleigh and Joan Beck.
— image credit: Gaiel Farrar photo
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