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PTC Library hosts storytellers

The Friends of the Peachtree City Library hosted members of the Southern Crescent Storytellers and the Southern Order of Storytellers on Saturday, March 16. Storytellers Janice Butt, Ernestine Brown, Sharon Weske, Betty English, and Jan Cribbs related stories honoring women who had “inspired innovation through imagination,” the theme of this year’s Women History Month. From left: Friend of the Library Ann Wright and Storytellers Ernestine Brown, Anne Wallis, and Betty English at the Women’s History Month Storytelling Program. Photo/Special.

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