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Story night plants a seed

Benefit at Glen Sanders aids Roots & Wisdom program

Harlan Ratmeyer speaks at Story Sundays to raise money for the Central Park Greenhouse "Roots & Wisdom" at the Glen Sanders Mansion in Scotia on Sunday, January 27, 2013.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
Harlan Ratmeyer speaks at Story Sundays to raise money for the Central Park Greenhouse "Roots & Wisdom" at the Glen Sanders Mansion in Scotia on Sunday, January 27, 2013.
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There weren’t any actual children at Story Circle’s Roots and Wisdom fundraiser Sunday night. In fact, the crowd filling Glen Sanders Mansion was largely gray-haired, who enjoyed a few good yarns. “There once was a stonecutter named Tasucu,” said Kent Busman, leading off a short Chinese parable, “and every day he went out to the great mountain with his hammer and chisel and chip-chip-chipped away.” It was the type of story associated with nurseries, but ...


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JIMOCONNOR
January 28, 2013
8:02 a.m.

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Consider selling individual panes with donor's names etched on them. Its the same as pavers on walkways

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