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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser began with the sold-out Symposium, a talk and luncheon at the Charlotte Country Club featuring internationally acclaimed interior designer Katie Ridder, center. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser began with the sold-out Symposium, a talk and luncheon at the Charlotte Country Club featuring internationally acclaimed interior designer Katie Ridder. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser began with the sold-out Symposium, a talk and luncheon at the Charlotte Country Club featuring internationally acclaimed interior designer Katie Ridder. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser began with the sold-out Symposium, a talk and luncheon at the Charlotte Country Club featuring internationally acclaimed interior designer Katie Ridder. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser began with the sold-out Symposium, a talk and luncheon at the Charlotte Country Club featuring internationally acclaimed interior designer Katie Ridder. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser began with the sold-out Symposium, a talk and luncheon at the Charlotte Country Club featuring internationally acclaimed interior designer Katie Ridder. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser began with the sold-out Symposium, a talk and luncheon at the Charlotte Country Club featuring internationally acclaimed interior designer Katie Ridder. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser began with the sold-out Symposium, a talk and luncheon at the Charlotte Country Club featuring internationally acclaimed interior designer Katie Ridder. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser began with the sold-out Symposium, a talk and luncheon at the Charlotte Country Club featuring internationally acclaimed interior designer Katie Ridder. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser began with the sold-out Symposium, a talk and luncheon at the Charlotte Country Club featuring internationally acclaimed interior designer Katie Ridder. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser began with the sold-out Symposium, a talk and luncheon at the Charlotte Country Club featuring internationally acclaimed interior designer Katie Ridder. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser began with the sold-out Symposium, a talk and luncheon at the Charlotte Country Club featuring internationally acclaimed interior designer Katie Ridder. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser began with the sold-out Symposium, a talk and luncheon at the Charlotte Country Club featuring internationally acclaimed interior designer Katie Ridder. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser began with the sold-out Symposium, a talk and luncheon at the Charlotte Country Club featuring internationally acclaimed interior designer Katie Ridder. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser began with the sold-out Symposium, a talk and luncheon at the Charlotte Country Club featuring internationally acclaimed interior designer Katie Ridder. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser began with the sold-out Symposium, a talk and luncheon at the Charlotte Country Club featuring internationally acclaimed interior designer Katie Ridder. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser began with the sold-out Symposium, a talk and luncheon at the Charlotte Country Club featuring internationally acclaimed interior designer Katie Ridder. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser began with the sold-out Symposium, a talk and luncheon at the Charlotte Country Club featuring internationally acclaimed interior designer Katie Ridder. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser began with the sold-out Symposium, a talk and luncheon at the Charlotte Country Club featuring internationally acclaimed interior designer Katie Ridder. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser began with the sold-out Symposium, a talk and luncheon at the Charlotte Country Club featuring internationally acclaimed interior designer Katie Ridder. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser began with the sold-out Symposium, a talk and luncheon at the Charlotte Country Club featuring internationally acclaimed interior designer Katie Ridder. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser began with the sold-out Symposium, a talk and luncheon at the Charlotte Country Club featuring internationally acclaimed interior designer Katie Ridder. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser began with the sold-out Symposium, a talk and luncheon at the Charlotte Country Club featuring internationally acclaimed interior designer Katie Ridder. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser began with the sold-out Symposium, a talk and luncheon at the Charlotte Country Club featuring internationally acclaimed interior designer Katie Ridder. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser began with the sold-out Symposium, a talk and luncheon at the Charlotte Country Club featuring internationally acclaimed interior designer Katie Ridder. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser began with the sold-out Symposium, a talk and luncheon at the Charlotte Country Club featuring internationally acclaimed interior designer Katie Ridder. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser began with the sold-out Symposium, a talk and luncheon at the Charlotte Country Club featuring internationally acclaimed interior designer Katie Ridder. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser began with the sold-out Symposium, a talk and luncheon at the Charlotte Country Club featuring internationally acclaimed interior designer Katie Ridder. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser began with the sold-out Symposium, a talk and luncheon at the Charlotte Country Club featuring internationally acclaimed interior designer Katie Ridder. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser began with the sold-out Symposium, a talk and luncheon at the Charlotte Country Club featuring internationally acclaimed interior designer Katie Ridder. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser began with the sold-out Symposium, a talk and luncheon at the Charlotte Country Club featuring internationally acclaimed interior designer Katie Ridder. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser began with the sold-out Symposium, a talk and luncheon at the Charlotte Country Club featuring internationally acclaimed interior designer Katie Ridder. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser began with the sold-out Symposium, a talk and luncheon at the Charlotte Country Club featuring internationally acclaimed interior designer Katie Ridder. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser began with the sold-out Symposium, a talk and luncheon at the Charlotte Country Club featuring internationally acclaimed interior designer Katie Ridder. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser began with the sold-out Symposium, a talk and luncheon at the Charlotte Country Club featuring internationally acclaimed interior designer Katie Ridder. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser began with the sold-out Symposium, a talk and luncheon at the Charlotte Country Club featuring internationally acclaimed interior designer Katie Ridder. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser began with the sold-out Symposium, a talk and luncheon at the Charlotte Country Club featuring internationally acclaimed interior designer Katie Ridder. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser began with the sold-out Symposium, a talk and luncheon at the Charlotte Country Club featuring internationally acclaimed interior designer Katie Ridder. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser began with the sold-out Symposium, a talk and luncheon at the Charlotte Country Club featuring internationally acclaimed interior designer Katie Ridder. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser began with the sold-out Symposium, a talk and luncheon at the Charlotte Country Club featuring internationally acclaimed interior designer Katie Ridder. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The evening of the Symposium was the CommenceMint, a private cocktail party in honor of interior designer Katie Ridder that was attended by Mint Museum Auxiliary members along with patrons and sponsors of the Room to Bloom fundraiser. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The evening of the Symposium was the CommenceMint, a private cocktail party in honor of interior designer Katie Ridder that was attended by Mint Museum Auxiliary members along with patrons and sponsors of the Room to Bloom fundraiser. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The evening of the Symposium was the CommenceMint, a private cocktail party in honor of interior designer Katie Ridder that was attended by Mint Museum Auxiliary members along with patrons and sponsors of the Room to Bloom fundraiser. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The evening of the Symposium was the CommenceMint, a private cocktail party in honor of interior designer Katie Ridder that was attended by Mint Museum Auxiliary members along with patrons and sponsors of the Room to Bloom fundraiser. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The evening of the Symposium was the CommenceMint, a private cocktail party in honor of interior designer Katie Ridder that was attended by Mint Museum Auxiliary members along with patrons and sponsors of the Room to Bloom fundraiser. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The evening of the Symposium was the CommenceMint, a private cocktail party in honor of interior designer Katie Ridder that was attended by Mint Museum Auxiliary members along with patrons and sponsors of the Room to Bloom fundraiser. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The evening of the Symposium was the CommenceMint, a private cocktail party in honor of interior designer Katie Ridder that was attended by Mint Museum Auxiliary members along with patrons and sponsors of the Room to Bloom fundraiser. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The evening of the Symposium was the CommenceMint, a private cocktail party in honor of interior designer Katie Ridder that was attended by Mint Museum Auxiliary members along with patrons and sponsors of the Room to Bloom fundraiser. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The evening of the Symposium was the CommenceMint, a private cocktail party in honor of interior designer Katie Ridder that was attended by Mint Museum Auxiliary members along with patrons and sponsors of the Room to Bloom fundraiser. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The evening of the Symposium was the CommenceMint, a private cocktail party in honor of interior designer Katie Ridder that was attended by Mint Museum Auxiliary members along with patrons and sponsors of the Room to Bloom fundraiser. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The evening of the Symposium was the CommenceMint, a private cocktail party in honor of interior designer Katie Ridder that was attended by Mint Museum Auxiliary members along with patrons and sponsors of the Room to Bloom fundraiser. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The evening of the Symposium was the CommenceMint, a private cocktail party in honor of interior designer Katie Ridder that was attended by Mint Museum Auxiliary members along with patrons and sponsors of the Room to Bloom fundraiser. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The evening of the Symposium was the CommenceMint, a private cocktail party in honor of interior designer Katie Ridder that was attended by Mint Museum Auxiliary members along with patrons and sponsors of the Room to Bloom fundraiser. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The evening of the Symposium was the CommenceMint, a private cocktail party in honor of interior designer Katie Ridder that was attended by Mint Museum Auxiliary members along with patrons and sponsors of the Room to Bloom fundraiser. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The evening of the Symposium was the CommenceMint, a private cocktail party in honor of interior designer Katie Ridder that was attended by Mint Museum Auxiliary members along with patrons and sponsors of the Room to Bloom fundraiser. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The evening of the Symposium was the CommenceMint, a private cocktail party in honor of interior designer Katie Ridder that was attended by Mint Museum Auxiliary members along with patrons and sponsors of the Room to Bloom fundraiser. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The evening of the Symposium was the CommenceMint, a private cocktail party in honor of interior designer Katie Ridder that was attended by Mint Museum Auxiliary members along with patrons and sponsors of the Room to Bloom fundraiser. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The evening of the Symposium was the CommenceMint, a private cocktail party in honor of interior designer Katie Ridder that was attended by Mint Museum Auxiliary members along with patrons and sponsors of the Room to Bloom fundraiser. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The evening of the Symposium was the CommenceMint, a private cocktail party in honor of interior designer Katie Ridder that was attended by Mint Museum Auxiliary members along with patrons and sponsors of the Room to Bloom fundraiser. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The evening of the Symposium was the CommenceMint, a private cocktail party in honor of interior designer Katie Ridder that was attended by Mint Museum Auxiliary members along with patrons and sponsors of the Room to Bloom fundraiser. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The evening of the Symposium was the CommenceMint, a private cocktail party in honor of interior designer Katie Ridder that was attended by Mint Museum Auxiliary members along with patrons and sponsors of the Room to Bloom fundraiser. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The evening of the Symposium was the CommenceMint, a private cocktail party in honor of interior designer Katie Ridder that was attended by Mint Museum Auxiliary members along with patrons and sponsors of the Room to Bloom fundraiser. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser ended with Splendor in the Grass, a finale party on the front lawn of a newly renovated home. It featured a Southern supper and music from the Charleston-based band The Blue Dogs. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser ended with Splendor in the Grass, a finale party on the front lawn of a newly renovated home. It featured a Southern supper and music from the Charleston-based band The Blue Dogs. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser ended with Splendor in the Grass, a finale party on the front lawn of a newly renovated home. It featured a Southern supper and music from the Charleston-based band The Blue Dogs. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser ended with Splendor in the Grass, a finale party on the front lawn of a newly renovated home. It featured a Southern supper and music from the Charleston-based band The Blue Dogs. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser ended with Splendor in the Grass, a finale party on the front lawn of a newly renovated home. It featured a Southern supper and music from the Charleston-based band The Blue Dogs. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser ended with Splendor in the Grass, a finale party on the front lawn of a newly renovated home. It featured a Southern supper and music from the Charleston-based band The Blue Dogs. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser ended with Splendor in the Grass, a finale party on the front lawn of a newly renovated home. It featured a Southern supper and music from the Charleston-based band The Blue Dogs. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser ended with Splendor in the Grass, a finale party on the front lawn of a newly renovated home. It featured a Southern supper and music from the Charleston-based band The Blue Dogs. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser ended with Splendor in the Grass, a finale party on the front lawn of a newly renovated home. It featured a Southern supper and music from the Charleston-based band The Blue Dogs. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser ended with Splendor in the Grass, a finale party on the front lawn of a newly renovated home. It featured a Southern supper and music from the Charleston-based band The Blue Dogs. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser ended with Splendor in the Grass, a finale party on the front lawn of a newly renovated home. It featured a Southern supper and music from the Charleston-based band The Blue Dogs. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser ended with Splendor in the Grass, a finale party on the front lawn of a newly renovated home. It featured a Southern supper and music from the Charleston-based band The Blue Dogs. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser ended with Splendor in the Grass, a finale party on the front lawn of a newly renovated home. It featured a Southern supper and music from the Charleston-based band The Blue Dogs. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser ended with Splendor in the Grass, a finale party on the front lawn of a newly renovated home. It featured a Southern supper and music from the Charleston-based band The Blue Dogs. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser ended with Splendor in the Grass, a finale party on the front lawn of a newly renovated home. It featured a Southern supper and music from the Charleston-based band The Blue Dogs. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser ended with Splendor in the Grass, a finale party on the front lawn of a newly renovated home. It featured a Southern supper and music from the Charleston-based band The Blue Dogs. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser ended with Splendor in the Grass, a finale party on the front lawn of a newly renovated home. It featured a Southern supper and music from the Charleston-based band The Blue Dogs. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser ended with Splendor in the Grass, a finale party on the front lawn of a newly renovated home. It featured a Southern supper and music from the Charleston-based band The Blue Dogs. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser ended with Splendor in the Grass, a finale party on the front lawn of a newly renovated home. It featured a Southern supper and music from the Charleston-based band The Blue Dogs. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser ended with Splendor in the Grass, a finale party on the front lawn of a newly renovated home. It featured a Southern supper and music from the Charleston-based band The Blue Dogs. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser ended with Splendor in the Grass, a finale party on the front lawn of a newly renovated home. It featured a Southern supper and music from the Charleston-based band The Blue Dogs. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser ended with Splendor in the Grass, a finale party on the front lawn of a newly renovated home. It featured a Southern supper and music from the Charleston-based band The Blue Dogs. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser ended with Splendor in the Grass, a finale party on the front lawn of a newly renovated home. It featured a Southern supper and music from the Charleston-based band The Blue Dogs. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser ended with Splendor in the Grass, a finale party on the front lawn of a newly renovated home. It featured a Southern supper and music from the Charleston-based band The Blue Dogs. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser ended with Splendor in the Grass, a finale party on the front lawn of a newly renovated home. It featured a Southern supper and music from the Charleston-based band The Blue Dogs. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser ended with Splendor in the Grass, a finale party on the front lawn of a newly renovated home. It featured a Southern supper and music from the Charleston-based band The Blue Dogs. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser ended with Splendor in the Grass, a finale party on the front lawn of a newly renovated home. It featured a Southern supper and music from the Charleston-based band The Blue Dogs. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser ended with Splendor in the Grass, a finale party on the front lawn of a newly renovated home. It featured a Southern supper and music from the Charleston-based band The Blue Dogs. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser ended with Splendor in the Grass, a finale party on the front lawn of a newly renovated home. It featured a Southern supper and music from the Charleston-based band The Blue Dogs. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser ended with Splendor in the Grass, a finale party on the front lawn of a newly renovated home. It featured a Southern supper and music from the Charleston-based band The Blue Dogs. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser ended with Splendor in the Grass, a finale party on the front lawn of a newly renovated home. It featured a Southern supper and music from the Charleston-based band The Blue Dogs. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser ended with Splendor in the Grass, a finale party on the front lawn of a newly renovated home. It featured a Southern supper and music from the Charleston-based band The Blue Dogs. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser ended with Splendor in the Grass, a finale party on the front lawn of a newly renovated home. It featured a Southern supper and music from the Charleston-based band The Blue Dogs. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser ended with Splendor in the Grass, a finale party on the front lawn of a newly renovated home. It featured a Southern supper and music from the Charleston-based band The Blue Dogs. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser ended with Splendor in the Grass, a finale party on the front lawn of a newly renovated home. It featured a Southern supper and music from the Charleston-based band The Blue Dogs. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser ended with Splendor in the Grass, a finale party on the front lawn of a newly renovated home. It featured a Southern supper and music from the Charleston-based band The Blue Dogs. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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    The Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom fundraiser ended with Splendor in the Grass, a finale party on the front lawn of a newly renovated home. It featured a Southern supper and music from the Charleston-based band The Blue Dogs. (Photo by Daniel Coston - Special to the Observer)
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