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Two fawns rest outside Marion City Library Nov. 25. They showed up about 9 a.m. and stayed for about an hour until library foot traffic chased them away. "We loved having them around," librarian Janet Marler said.
Peggy Brandt, left, and Genny Abrahams share a laugh in the back of Et Cetera Shop, a non-profit thrift store that has been in Hillsboro for 37 years. Brandt and Abrahams and other volunteers clean and polish donated items before making them available for sale. In November, Et Cetera donated $10,000 to local and international relief causes, including $7,000 for the Mennonite Central Committee to help with worldwide hunger and disaster recovery needs. Et Cetera also contributed $1,000 toward Main Street Ministries and $2,000 toward Hillsboro Elementary playground equipment, said shop manager Carol Abrahams.
A back view of the rural log home of Ken and Malinda Stuchlik of Marion reveals a brick fireplace chimney and a full-length porch. The Stuchliks built the house mostly by themselves and opened it Sunday to family and friends.
Hillsboro's Grant Knoll slides between Moundridge defenders on a layup attempt, while Austin Cross works for rebounding position during third quarter play Friday at Moundridge.