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From left, Shawn Droge, Carl Quist and Rebecca Prestridge, part of a volunteer group with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints on Clark Street, paint a house at 414 Jefferson St. on Saturday morning as part of the ninth Paint The Town event. This year's event recognized the late Frank Cox, who came up with the idea for Paint the Town.
From left, Shawn Droge, Carl Quist and Rebecca Prestridge, part of a volunteer group with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints on Clark Street, paint a house at 414 Jefferson St. on Saturday morning as part of the ninth Paint The Town event. This year's event recognized the late Frank Cox, who came up with the idea for Paint the Town.
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From left, Shawn Droge, Carl Quist and Rebecca Prestridge, part of a volunteer group with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints on Clark Street, paint a house at 414 Jefferson St. on Saturday morning as part of the ninth Paint The Town event. This year’s event recognized the late Frank Cox, who came up with the idea for Paint the Town.


Rebecca Prestridge paints a house at 414 Jefferson St. with her volunteer group from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints on Clark Street.

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