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    Dan Richardson and Dan Stacy talk antlers while sizing up a pronghorn antelope at the Pawleys Outdoor Expo at All Saints Church. The benefit for Tara Hall, Friendship Place and Island Graces Café was put on by the church men’s group.
    Tanya Ackerman/Coastal Observer

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