Lebanon Reporter

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July 9, 2013

Art category created for Arc

Boone County — A new division in the Boone County Open Show this year will allow for clients of the Arc of Greater Boone County to compete against each other for the first time with their arts, crafts and hobbies.

A division called Arc and Friends with Special Needs was added to the list of divisions in the open show this year after Allyson Faucett, owner of Faucett and Flame, contacted organizers about adding this new category. Sandra Townsend, chairwoman for the open show, thought it was a great idea.

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