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Grandmother's inspiration inspires artwork

November 7, 2011

JOHNSONBURG – Bill Warmbrodt of Johnsonburg has been practicing photography since he was a kid.
Warmbrodt says his hobby began when his grandmother passed and he inherited her photographs.
“I always remember my grandmother carrying around an old two-lens camera,” said Warmbrodt. “Her and her sisters would travel all over the state and to New York. And when she passed I inherited all of her photographs.”
Since then, Warmbrodt has been involved in photography. Warmbrodt is a self-taught photographer and has learned along the way. He says he loves every aspect of photography.

New ornaments offered through ‘Keepsake Program’

November 7, 2011

ST. MARYS – Due to popular demand from area residents, Elk Regional Health System’s “Keepsake Program” is offering angel Christmas tree ornaments for purchase by area residents.
Through the program, several ornaments at different price points are offered for purchase in memory of a loved one. The ornaments are displayed on trees in the lobbies of Elk Regional Health Center (ERHC) and Pinecrest Manor and may be taken home afterward.

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