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Monday, March 25, 2013 11:00 AM
Louis Shields, top, hands a flier to tour visitor Rebecca Scherer, of Friendship, as she enters the Cravenhurst Barn, one of the tour stops in the day-long Indiana Landmarks "Barn Again" program on Saturday. The fliers that Shields was handing out were for the ongoing Cravenhurst restoration fundraising campaign.
The workshop and tours ran from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. with lectures and lunch at the West Street Arts Center and afternoon tours of several barns in and around Madison. About 70 people were registered for the program.
The Jefferson County Board of Tourism, Historic Southern Indiana and Historic Madison Inc. co-sponsored the program, with additional support from the Cornerstone Society Inc., the HMI Garden Guild, Jefferson County Soil and Water and the West End Art Gallery.
Tony Schafstall, bottom, from left, and his son Andy Schafstall, both of Seymour, and Larry Phelps, of Columbus, look around and talk about some of the unique elements in the Cravenhurst Barn. (Staff photos by Ken Ritchieemail@example.com)
PHOTOS: BARN AGAIN
Im not sure if you noticed, but this pic is full of "ORBS!" I am not a freak about ghostly things, but found this picture very interesting when I noticed all the orbs in it!! ))
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