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Articles from Grit (April 13, 2003)

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Title Author Type Words
An open letters to the friends of GRIT. Welch, Bryan 198
Being called to minister for Christ. (My Answer). Graham, Billy Brief Article 296
Crosley automobiles arrived years ahead of their time. Banks, Michael A. 1182
Easter dinner with a twist. (Hometown Kitchen). Teller, Jean 1626
Eggs and jelly beans are Easter traditions. Hendrickson, Helen 458
Friends and neighbors. 1241
From the mailbox. 606
Growing miniature roses. (My Favorite Garden). Sabo, Eudora Thomas 768
Heading North to Alaska. (Looking Back). Manchester, Al 680
History of State Flags Well Documented. (Book Review). Greco, Tony Book Review 227
Indiana cowboy found fame on silver screen. Marco, Mario De Biography 1338
Jessie helps locate missing cat. (Braggin' Waggin'). Beeler, Gary Brief Article 256
Lake Lorelei. Brunea, Rhonda 3098
One dandelion bouquet. Alexander, Betty G. Poem 109
Piano player made music using one hand. Bauman, Richard Biography 915
Readers' favorite recipes. Teller, Jean 1261
Record catch made a whopping fish tale. (Looking Back). Clark, Barbara Syfert Brief Article 345
Ruins and geological formations focus of Missouri state park: the ruins of a castle constructed in the early 1900s draw visitors to unusual park. Bamburg, Glenn; Bamburg, Maxine 1015
Strawberry festivals are a sweet delight: Oxnard, Calif., celebrates its title as strawberry capital of the state with an annual strawberry festival. Preston, Louisa 491
Swimming with dolphins creates unique adventure. Varr, Richard 593
Taco saves couple from possible disaster. (Braggin' Waggin'). Fulton, Lynn Brief Article 325
The only constant. Crahan, Ann 365
The wire that won the west. Mance, Thomas La 797
Through the garden gate. Lang, Mike 481
Treasure-trove of history found in Georgia. Wucherer, Ruth 813
Volunteers man historic train on its western journey. Bedor, Mark 985

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