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KM 71 stands for the late Ken Mikesell and his graduation year of 1971 from Blufftgon High School. You'll see this plate on a small truck parked at the corner of Vine and Lawn.

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Baptists hold 26th annual live nativity

Baptist live nativity

The Bluffton Baptist Church's 26-year Christmas tradition of holding a live nativity continues on Friday, Dec. 11. The nativity, located in the church parking lot at 345 County Line Road, may be viewed from 7 to 9 p.m. on Dec. 11. One final viewing will be Saturday, Dec. 19. This photo was from the Blaze night show.

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Over 300 nativity sets on display at First Mennonite

Hostetler wall hanging

Marty Hostetler created this manger scene applique on a batik background wall hanging, which is part of the First Mennonite Church "come to the nativity" exhibit.

Over 304 nativity sets from 40 members of the congregation are on exhibit in the church Fellowship Hall. Friday, Dec. 11, is the final day of the show.

The exhibit inlcudes nativity tree ornaments, nativity scenes, wall hangings and a wind chime and mobile. Nativity sets are from around the globe. Some were created by members of the congregation.

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MS students of the month

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9-hour music marathon supports Drugs Bring Death

SATURDAY FROM NOON TO 9 P.M. AT COMMON GROUNDS

Phil Zimmerly of Common Grounds Coffeehouse wants to get you grounded.

Well, sort of...grounded in a solid life.

So, Common Grounds is host to its first-ever live music marathon benefit event. It's from noon to 9 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 12. It features some of the area's most talented musicians.

As a benefit, proceeds will go to a Lima-based program called "Drugs Bring Death." The program started with one man carrying a sign with those words.

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9 hour music marathon supports work of Drugs Bring Death

EVENT IS SATURDAY FROM NOON TO 9 P.M. AT COMMON GROUNDS, BLUFFTON

Common Grounds Coffeehouse wants to get you grounded.

The shop at 101 S. Main St., will host its first-ever live music marathon benefit event from noon to 9 p.m., Saturday, Ded. 12, acccording to Phil Zimmerly of the coffeehouse.

The benefit features nine hours of live entertainment, with some of the area's most talented musicians.

The event will assist Brugs Bring Death, a non-profit organization launched earlier this year by one person in Lima holding a sign.

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