85-year-old sews for children in Africa

You’re never too old to help someone. Delores Fry of Ossian, 85, could feel like she has lived a long life and deserves to take it easy. The octogenarian has been busy most of her life as a former Licensed Practical Nurse and later salesperson at Joann’s Fabric. On the personal side, Fry was married... Continue Reading →

Traveling the world is in Andrew Stuck’s blood

  For Andrew Stuck of Markle growing up as a missionary child in Ecuador meant living with what most Americans would consider primitive conditions. “Our use of electricity was hit and miss,” said Stuck. “We had a generator for backup and were miles from a supermarket. Our family traveled to Quito to stock up on... Continue Reading →

Colorful Pepper Salad with Sesame Seeds

Do you love to crunch your teeth into fresh vegetables like red and yellow peppers and cucumbers? Here is a recipe you’ll want to pull out the cutting board for — Pepper Salad with Sesame Seeds. It is included in my book, Recipe and Craft Guide to Indonesia (Mitchell Lane Publishing 2010). ISBN: 9781584159346 My... Continue Reading →

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