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Please review your cart. You can remove the unavailable item s now or we'll automatically remove it at Checkout. Continue shopping Checkout Continue shopping. Chi ama i libri sceglie Kobo e inMondadori. Montana Miracle by Mary Anne Wilson. Ratings and Reviews 0 0 star ratings 0 reviews. Approximately 80 works are on display as part of the autism show; more than artists of all ages from all corners of the city submitted work for consideration. There are abstract paintings that convey the emotional experience of living in Philadelphia.

An intricate illustration of a pedestrian crossing in front of the Italian Market is made to look like Abbey Road, with the artist and his family standing in for the Beatles. The Eagles and the Phillies also make an appearance, with illustrations of the eagle Challenger catching a football and the Philly Phanatic in the snow next to a snowman. Green said the diversity of the art on display by both children and adults reflects the makeup of the autism community.

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People are also not all detail. The show runs until April 27 and is open to the public Monday through Friday from 9 a.

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Drawing Autism Free download. Drawing autism: Art from the spectrum The fascinating and often lovely reprints in Drawing Autism help provide another perspective on the capabilities of people with autism. The exhibit features a range of styles. Buckingham, Dennis Ried and nephew John Pierce. For online condolences, visit www. Betty Buell, 73, of Athens, Tenn. She was a native of Greensburg, Ind. She had been a resident of Athens, Tenn. Her survivors are her companion and caregiver, Clifford Hunn of Athens, Tenn.

Wayne, Ind. A memorial service will be held at 11 a.

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Cochran, Charlotte, with Rev. William Tate officiating. Dorothy was born Jan. Kaster Adams. Bumstead was preceded in death by her father, and a son, Dan Bumstead. Funeral services were held Dec. For more information, visit www. Juanita M. Burdette, age 79, of Nashville, passed away Wednesday, Jan. Burdette was born Oct. She spent her childhood years in the Charleston area and attended schools there. The family moved to the Nashville area in She enjoyed crafting, especially doing yarn projects, which she often gave to those she loved.

She was also very fond of flowers and often spent time enjoying the beauty of her flower garden in the back yard. She is survived by her children, Jerry Jackie , Jill, and Dale; five grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by one brother, Davey. Ada I. She was preceded in death by her husband, Maynard, and brothers, Harold and Norman. If desired, memorial contributions may be made to the American Lung Association in memorial of Mrs. Butler was born April 20, in Bellevue. He entered active military service in January as a 2 nd Lieutenant Cavalry, Tank Battalion, and was discharged from active duty as a 1 st Lieutenant in November as Company Commander.

As a younger man, he worked in the family owned Bluebird Flour Mill in Bellevue. Later, he and his brother, Bob, owned and operated the Bellevue Milling Company.

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Chuck loved playing sports. He lettered four years in football but baseball was his passion, playing for years with his brother, Bob, for the Bellevue Independents. He was a long-time member of Hamilton Camp on the Taquahmenon River where he enjoyed hunting, fishing and storytelling with his family and friend and especially with his grandsons. He was also a lifetime member of the Bellevue Historical Society and an avid reader, relying heavily on books from the local library.

In the last few years he spent time instilling in his granddaughter his love of gardening. There he received loving care in a country setting. He was preceded in death by his wife of 61 years, Carrie E. Graveside services were held Aug. Good friend, Ralph Robertson, also shared his thoughts.

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Glen B. Butler, of Charlotte, died Sunday June 27, Butler was born Dec. Glen retired after many years in the logging business and was an avid gardener. Amy Butler of Charlotte, daughter Nancy J.

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He was preceded in death by son James Butler in Randy Royston officiating. Lyle Buxton, 92, of Charlotte, passed away Monday, Oct. Buxton was born May 22, in Haslett, the son of Walter F. Lyle served his country in the U. Navy during World War II.