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Photos: Aug. 30 issue

Don’t worry, this tree hasn’t started growing yarn. The fiber artists of Yarn Harbor in Lakeside placed their freshly dyed yarn bundles on the tree to dry last Saturday afternoon. Theresa Hornstein taught a class about how to dye yarn with natural items such as flowers, bark, bugs, plants and more. (Photo by Teri Cadeau)1 / 4
On Aug. 18, the Great Hall of The Depot was full of people mingling, munching on treats and sipping locally brewed beer. The Duluth Area Chamber of Commerce held a new member mixer so the new and established chamber members could get a chance to meet. Eric Anderson and Tony Guerra of the American Red Cross Northern Minnesota Chapter mingle with the crowd. (Photo by Naomi Yaeger)2 / 4
Rachel Larson and Libby Stenson of Edgewood Vista visit with Chamber members about their senior living communities. (Photo by Naomi Yaeger)3 / 4
Geraldine Castilla of the New Scenic Cafe display tasty-looking treats. (Photo by Naomi Yaeger)4 / 4
 
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