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Fayette's newest Master Gardeners recognized

The Fayette Master Gardeners keep producing new green thumbs, welcoming the 2010 interns for this year’s effort. The bountiful garden is located along Heritage Parkway in Fayetteville just north of the library. Interns recently completed their training and 50 hours of volunteer service to receive certification as master gardeners. Pictured from the left are: (front) Jan Belvin, Lynn Amos, Anne Suenaga and Sheila Ostrofsky; and (rear) Kim Garwood, Joy Boyden and Harry Bolton. Photo/Ben Nelms.

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Opinion

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Sports

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Lifestyle

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