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I have always enjoyed learning, whether it is traditional “book-learning” or the more spontaneous kind.  Since receiving my Bachelor’s degree in 1980 from Emporia State University, I’ve returned to school many times for a class or two – I even completed 20 hours toward a Master’s degree before I met my husband.  I stopped taking classes toward that degree to help him finish a very important job – raising three teenaged girls.  Now, I’m a grandmother, with six beautiful grandchildren.
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