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Good Samaritan facility open house

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Advisory board member Jean Slindee, left, presents a floral expression of appreciation to Good Samaritan Society - Blackduck administrator, Maryann Hanson. Referring to the new senior living project, Hanson said the concept was formed several years ago, but that once work began, it has moved steadily towards the settling in of the first occupants earlier this summer.
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The Good Samaritan Society holds open house, with hundreds inspecting the recently completed facility in Blackduck. Assisted living manager Kim Marty, right, introduced members of the advisory committee that have served since the project began with ground- breaking in September of 2008. Left to right are Jean Slindee, Pastor Ray Klug, Bud Olson, the Rev. Dwight Warden and Kurt Cease.

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