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Pottery Co-op Makes Mugs to be Sold at Holiday Concert

December 11, 2015
Communications Staff

Members of the Pottery Co-op busily make mugs to be sold for $15 each at the Empty Mugs Holiday Brass & Organ Spectacular concert on December 15. Mug sales at the concert benefit Oberlin Community Services, a responsive community organization that provides support and emergency assistance to people in need from Oberlin and nearby communities.

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