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    Amy and Warren Kean support Historic Rosedale Plantation at its “Feast of the Hunter’s Moon” fundraiser. Guests enjoyed a candlelight dinner served under tents set up among the circa 1815 plantation home’s grounds filled with ancient treasure trees and shrubs including 200-year-old English boxwoods. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer
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    Ann Williams, Jim Williams and Cleve Howard support Historic Rosedale Plantation at its “Feast of the Hunter’s Moon” fundraiser. Guests enjoyed a candlelight dinner served under tents set up among the circa 1815 plantation home’s grounds filled with ancient treasure trees and shrubs including 200-year-old English boxwoods. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer
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    Carl Tallardy, Gayle Tallardy, Debi Timmerman and Bill Timmerman support Historic Rosedale Plantation at its “Feast of the Hunter’s Moon” fundraiser. Guests enjoyed a candlelight dinner served under tents set up among the circa 1815 plantation home’s grounds filled with ancient treasure trees and shrubs including 200-year-old English boxwoods. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer
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    Paulette Kerr, Charlie Carson and Marion Carson support Historic Rosedale Plantation at its “Feast of the Hunter’s Moon” fundraiser. Guests enjoyed a candlelight dinner served under tents set up among the circa 1815 plantation home’s grounds filled with ancient treasure trees and shrubs including 200-year-old English boxwoods. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer
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    Biff Bracy, Nan Bracy and Tom Watson support Historic Rosedale Plantation at its “Feast of the Hunter’s Moon” fundraiser. Guests enjoyed a candlelight dinner served under tents set up among the circa 1815 plantation home’s grounds filled with ancient treasure trees and shrubs including 200-year-old English boxwoods. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer
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    Atmosphere at Historic Rosedale Plantation during its “Feast of the Hunter’s Moon” fundraiser. Guests enjoyed a candlelight dinner served under tents set up among the circa 1815 plantation home’s grounds filled with ancient treasure trees and shrubs including 200-year-old English boxwoods. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer
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    Betsy and Bill White with Ed Weisiger at Historic Rosedale Plantation’s “Feast of the Hunter’s Moon” fundraiser. Guests enjoyed a candlelight dinner served under tents set up among the circa 1815 plantation home’s grounds filled with ancient treasure trees and shrubs including 200-year-old English boxwoods. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer
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    Event co-chairs Betsy and Bill White at Historic Rosedale Plantation’s “Feast of the Hunter’s Moon” fundraiser. Guests enjoyed a candlelight dinner served under tents set up among the circa 1815 plantation home’s grounds filled with ancient treasure trees and shrubs including 200-year-old English boxwoods. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer
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    Hannah Craighill, Ann Glover and Marianna Turner support Historic Rosedale Plantation at its “Feast of the Hunter’s Moon” fundraiser. Guests enjoyed a candlelight dinner served under tents set up among the circa 1815 plantation home’s grounds filled with ancient treasure trees and shrubs including 200-year-old English boxwoods. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer
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    Deborah Hunter, Ann Glover, Marianna Turner support Historic Rosedale Plantation at its “Feast of the Hunter’s Moon” fundraiser. Guests enjoyed a candlelight dinner served under tents set up among the circa 1815 plantation home’s grounds filled with ancient treasure trees and shrubs including 200-year-old English boxwoods. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer
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    Tom Spada and Agnes Weisiger support Historic Rosedale Plantation at its “Feast of the Hunter’s Moon” fundraiser. Guests enjoyed a candlelight dinner served under tents set up among the circa 1815 plantation home’s grounds filled with ancient treasure trees and shrubs including 200-year-old English boxwoods. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer
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    Ray Killian Jr., Coco Killian, Suzanne Belk and Bill Nichols support Historic Rosedale Plantation at its “Feast of the Hunter’s Moon” fundraiser. Guests enjoyed a candlelight dinner served under tents set up among the circa 1815 plantation home’s grounds filled with ancient treasure trees and shrubs including 200-year-old English boxwoods. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer
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    Atmosphere at Historic Rosedale Plantation’s “Feast of the Hunter’s Moon” fundraiser. Guests enjoyed a candlelight dinner served under tents set up among the circa 1815 plantation home’s grounds filled with ancient treasure trees and shrubs including 200-year-old English boxwoods. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer
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    Barbara Jackson and Jean Barnes support Historic Rosedale Plantation at its “Feast of the Hunter’s Moon” fundraiser. Guests enjoyed a candlelight dinner served under tents set up among the circa 1815 plantation home’s grounds filled with ancient treasure trees and shrubs including 200-year-old English boxwoods. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer
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    Jenna Mobley and Georgine Baclich support Historic Rosedale Plantation at its “Feast of the Hunter’s Moon” fundraiser. Guests enjoyed a candlelight dinner served under tents set up among the circa 1815 plantation home’s grounds filled with ancient treasure trees and shrubs including 200-year-old English boxwoods. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer
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    Chase and Carol Saunders, and Rich and Woods Potts support Historic Rosedale Plantation at its “Feast of the Hunter’s Moon” fundraiser. Guests enjoyed a candlelight dinner served under tents set up among the circa 1815 plantation home’s grounds filled with ancient treasure trees and shrubs including 200-year-old English boxwoods. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer
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    Joe and Mary Haubenhofer support Historic Rosedale Plantation at its “Feast of the Hunter’s Moon” fundraiser. Guests enjoyed a candlelight dinner served under tents set up among the circa 1815 plantation home’s grounds filled with ancient treasure trees and shrubs including 200-year-old English boxwoods. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer
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    Janet Thomas and Paulette Kerr support Historic Rosedale Plantation at its “Feast of the Hunter’s Moon” fundraiser. Guests enjoyed a candlelight dinner served under tents set up among the circa 1815 plantation home’s grounds filled with ancient treasure trees and shrubs including 200-year-old English boxwoods. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer
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    Tony and Beth Zeiss with Jim and Ann Williams at Historic Rosedale Plantation at its “Feast of the Hunter’s Moon” fundraiser. Guests enjoyed a candlelight dinner served under tents set up among the circa 1815 plantation home’s grounds filled with ancient treasure trees and shrubs including 200-year-old English boxwoods. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer
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    Tony and Beth Zeiss support Historic Rosedale Plantation at its “Feast of the Hunter’s Moon” fundraiser. Guests enjoyed a candlelight dinner served under tents set up among the circa 1815 plantation home’s grounds filled with ancient treasure trees and shrubs including 200-year-old English boxwoods. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer
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    Rich and Woods Potts support Historic Rosedale Plantation at its “Feast of the Hunter’s Moon” fundraiser. Guests enjoyed a candlelight dinner served under tents set up among the circa 1815 plantation home’s grounds filled with ancient treasure trees and shrubs including 200-year-old English boxwoods. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer
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    Guests at Historic Rosedale Plantation’s “Feast of the Hunter’s Moon” fundraiser. Guests enjoyed a candlelight dinner served under tents set up among the circa 1815 plantation home’s grounds filled with ancient treasure trees and shrubs including 200-year-old English boxwoods. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer
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    Ann Glover and Dr. John Snow support Historic Rosedale Plantation at its “Feast of the Hunter’s Moon” fundraiser. Guests enjoyed a candlelight dinner served under tents set up among the circa 1815 plantation home’s grounds filled with ancient treasure trees and shrubs including 200-year-old English boxwoods. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer
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    Atmosphere at Historic Rosedale Plantation’s “Feast of the Hunter’s Moon” fundraiser. Guests enjoyed a candlelight dinner served under tents set up among the circa 1815 plantation home’s grounds filled with ancient treasure trees and shrubs including 200-year-old English boxwoods. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer
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    Chefs at Historic Rosedale Plantation’s “Feast of the Hunter’s Moon” fundraiser. Guests enjoyed a candlelight dinner served under tents set up among the circa 1815 plantation home’s grounds filled with ancient treasure trees and shrubs including 200-year-old English boxwoods. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer
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    Guests at Historic Rosedale Plantation’s “Feast of the Hunter’s Moon” fundraiser. Guests enjoyed a candlelight dinner served under tents set up among the circa 1815 plantation home’s grounds filled with ancient treasure trees and shrubs including 200-year-old English boxwoods. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer
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    Atmosphere at Historic Rosedale Plantation’s “Feast of the Hunter’s Moon” fundraiser. Guests enjoyed a candlelight dinner served under tents set up among the circa 1815 plantation home’s grounds filled with ancient treasure trees and shrubs including 200-year-old English boxwoods. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer
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    Historic Rosedale Plantation’s “Feast of the Hunter’s Moon” fundraiser. Guests enjoyed a candlelight dinner served under tents set up among the circa 1815 plantation home’s grounds filled with ancient treasure trees and shrubs including 200-year-old English boxwoods. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer
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    Atmosphere at Historic Rosedale Plantation’s “Feast of the Hunter’s Moon” fundraiser. Guests enjoyed a candlelight dinner served under tents set up among the circa 1815 plantation home’s grounds filled with ancient treasure trees and shrubs including 200-year-old English boxwoods. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer
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    Agnes and Ed Weisiger support Historic Rosedale Plantation at its “Feast of the Hunter’s Moon” fundraiser. Guests enjoyed a candlelight dinner served under tents set up among the circa 1815 plantation home’s grounds filled with ancient treasure trees and shrubs including 200-year-old English boxwoods. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer
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    Historic Rosedale Plantation’s “Feast of the Hunter’s Moon” fundraiser. Guests enjoyed a candlelight dinner served under tents set up among the circa 1815 plantation home’s grounds filled with ancient treasure trees and shrubs including 200-year-old English boxwoods. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer
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    Historic Rosedale Plantation’s “Feast of the Hunter’s Moon” fundraiser. Guests enjoyed a candlelight dinner served under tents set up among the circa 1815 plantation home’s grounds filled with ancient treasure trees and shrubs including 200-year-old English boxwoods. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer
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    Historic Rosedale Plantation’s “Feast of the Hunter’s Moon” fundraiser. Guests enjoyed a candlelight dinner served under tents set up among the circa 1815 plantation home’s grounds filled with ancient treasure trees and shrubs including 200-year-old English boxwoods. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer
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    A toast to Historic Rosedale Plantation’s “Feast of the Hunter’s Moon” fundraiser. Guests enjoyed a candlelight dinner served under tents set up among the circa 1815 plantation home’s grounds filled with ancient treasure trees and shrubs including 200-year-old English boxwoods. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer
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    Special guests Larry and Audrey Mellichamp at Historic Rosedale Plantation’s “Feast of the Hunter’s Moon” fundraiser. Guests enjoyed a candlelight dinner served under tents set up among the circa 1815 plantation home’s grounds filled with ancient treasure trees and shrubs including 200-year-old English boxwoods. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer
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    Ray Killian Jr. and Coco Killian support Historic Rosedale Plantation at its “Feast of the Hunter’s Moon” fundraiser. Guests enjoyed a candlelight dinner served under tents set up among the circa 1815 plantation home’s grounds filled with ancient treasure trees and shrubs including 200-year-old English boxwoods. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer
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    Historic Rosedale Plantation’s “Feast of the Hunter’s Moon” fundraiser. Guests enjoyed a candlelight dinner served under tents set up among the circa 1815 plantation home’s grounds filled with ancient treasure trees and shrubs including 200-year-old English boxwoods. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer
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    Ann and Jim Williams support Historic Rosedale Plantation at its “Feast of the Hunter’s Moon” fundraiser. Guests enjoyed a candlelight dinner served under tents set up among the circa 1815 plantation home’s grounds filled with ancient treasure trees and shrubs including 200-year-old English boxwoods. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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