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Giles Society sends thanks for great Festival

Thanks You, to AllEach year The Giles Society sponsors an Arts and Crafts Festival at the Giles House in Knifley. Each year many people and businesses partner with The Giles Society to make this event successful.

I thank members of Taylor County Show Choir and their director Lisa Gupton, Dream Works, Walking by Faith, Living Waters, and Eb Arnold for providing music.

I thank the many people who made cakes and candy and breads, who cooked, and who donated their time to help The Giles Society have an outstanding 2007 Arts and Crafts festival.

I wish to recognize publicly the following businesses for donating items for the 2007 Arts and Crafts Festival. Thank you Penn's Hams, Wendy's, Columbia IGA, Columbia Garden Center, Flowers 'n Things, Hallmark of Columbia, and Anna's Garden.

s/Clara Metzmeier
President of The Giles Society

This story was posted on 2007-10-25 03:58:27
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