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MARJORIE MEYERS ROSS..."potting away"

Margie" has been busy making pottery in Southbury CT for quite some time, and though she professes to be not a professional she certainly does this better than most of us could do.

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BUSY VOLUNTEERS

Most of us who did not work outside the home, and many of us who did, have, at one point or another, chosen to volunteer our services in many different fields of endeavor: hospitals, places of worship, civic organizations, libraries, social service organizations, political or one topic activitst groups ...the list is extensive and impressive.

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“It is a college, arranged for collegiate methods of instruction, and for courses of difficult study such as are pursued in none but the    best colleges.  It is intended for those students only who desire to give themselves faithfully to the pursuit of knowledge, and to  discipline and develop their minds by arduous study.”

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