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Thirty-one artists from Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana sold their wares, including, at top right, jewelry artist Janet Webb from Marion, Ind., who is showing her sterling silver pieces to Janet Heater, left, of Springfield and Phyllis Sloan of Mt. Vernon. The event donates a portion of ticket sales to the schools and the police coat fund; each organization received $392 from the event. (Photo by Diane Chiddister)

Thirty-one artists from Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana sold their wares, including, at top right, jewelry artist Janet Webb from Marion, Ind., who is showing her sterling silver pieces to Janet Heater, left, of Springfield and Phyllis Sloan of Mt. Vernon. The event donates a portion of ticket sales to the schools and the police coat fund; each organization received $392 from the event. (Photo by Diane Chiddister)

Art with heart

Last Saturday’s Art & Soul art fair, in its second year, drew about 850 shoppers to the Mills Lawn gym for a diverse range of handmade items, according to organizer Lisa Goldberg. Thirty-one artists from Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana sold their wares, including, at top right, jewelry artist Janet Webb from Marion, Ind., who is showing her sterling silver pieces to Janet Heater, left, of Springfield and Phyllis Sloan of Mt. Vernon. The event donates a portion of ticket sales to the schools and the police coat fund; each organization received $392 from the event.

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