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Bertha Anderson, from left, Marlys Oswald and Jeanne Teiken, members of the Oak Crossing Family Council, hold the “Scattered Leaves” quilt, created and donated by Janelle Erickson and Jean Livingood, which is up for raffle during the Party in the Park celebration on July 19. LIBBY LARSON/RECORD

Oak Crossing raises funds to benefit residents

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While outdoor picnics offer the promise of sunny skies, soft grass and gentle breezes, all too often the reality presents chilly rain drizzles, soggy picnic blankets, and pesky ants.

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For a fun community picnic environment, food, fellowship and ent

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