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Sprucing up in Angola

Cathie Rowand | The Journal Gazette
Diana Killian, right, owner of the Three Sisters store in Angola, and Norma Baker paint the front of Bella Mia Salon on West Maumee Street on Thursday. They have volunteered to spruce up their block after Angola, one of six statewide finalists, did not win an Indiana Stellar Communities Grant. They hope to finish in time for the Autumn in Angola Festival that runs Sept. 27 to 29.

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