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SEW SISTERS ARTIST Guild Society members Kathy Stoyko and Anne-Marie Scott officially opened Village Muse Books in Cumberland last weekend. The opening of the store in The Abbey at First and Penrith was part of several weekend events in the village under the umbrella of the Sew Sisters
SEW SISTERS ARTIST Guild Society members Kathy Stoyko and Anne-Marie Scott officially opened Village Muse Books in Cumberland last weekend. The opening of the store in The Abbey at First and Penrith was part of several weekend events in the village under the umbrella of the Sew Sisters' second annual benefit. This year's beneficiary is injured photographer Ron Pogue.
— image credit: Erin Haluschak
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