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Town is presented gifts from Kilmarnock, Scotland

From left are Kilmarnock Town Council members Keith Butler, Betsy Crowther, Emerson Gravatt, mayor Mae Umphlett, vice mayor Rebecca Nunn, Dr. Curtis Smith and Michael Sutherland. Mayor Umphlett holds a copy of Chiefly in the Scottish Dialect, by Robert Burns, a recent gift to the town from the provost of Kilmarnock, Scotland.(story)


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