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BLOSSOMING FRIENDSHIP: Two team up to beat cancer

August 13, 2014

Carolyn Manning (left) and Natalie Harker stand in front of sunflowers blooming in Manning’s yard.

COLUMBIA CITY — Carolyn Manning’s front lawn is home to unique sunflowers, which now bloom. The seeds for the plant came from Manning’s best friend and neighbor Natalie Harker. Located in Eagle Glen, the two sunflowers have been standing tall representing a beacon of hope and happiness, much like the two friends.

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