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Living History Park volunteers Beth Smith (from left), Jim Baggott and Wilma Cox at the Raise the Barn Dinner at French Market Grille. Money raised from the dinner will build a multipurpose barn for the park.  Walter Reece/Spotted
Walter Reece/Spotted
Living History Park volunteers Beth Smith (from left), Jim Baggott and Wilma Cox at the Raise the Barn Dinner at French Market Grille. Money raised from the dinner will build a multipurpose barn for the park.
 
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Hyde Park activist not pleased with city buyout offer
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