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Good vibrations blend at Fayette County Library

Lionel Jones performed on the vibraphone to a packed crowd at the 14th annual Blended Heritage celebration at the Fayette County Public Library Friday evening. It was the first major event to be hosted at the library’s newly renovated auditorium, which added a stage. The audience was treated to a wide range of music including selections performed by local pianist Daniel Chapadeau, a fourth-grader at Spring Hill Elementary. Photo/John Munford.

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