Lebanon Reporter

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September 5, 2012

Tour features five locations

Boone County —  

Four local homes and one bed and breakfast will be dressed up and ready to go for Psi Iota Xi’s biggest fundraiser, the 35th annual Home Tour, on Sept. 16.

The five locations bring a big variety to the tour this year, said Karla Wildman, event chairwoman.

The tour starts with Lois Schenck’s condo at 131 Lakeshore Drive, which is on a little jog to the south of Lakeshore. This is of a smaller variety, Wildman said, but is decorated nicely and perfect for Schenck.

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