Margaret Harmon has enjoyed traveling with family and serving at her church. She loves gospel and big band music as well as watching reruns of the Lawrence Welk Show. She also hosts a card game Tuesday afternoons at her home.
Margaret Harmon has enjoyed traveling with family and serving at her church. She loves gospel and big band music as well as watching reruns of the Lawrence Welk Show. She also hosts a card game Tuesday afternoons at her home. Dave Vieser
Margaret Harmon has enjoyed traveling with family and serving at her church. She loves gospel and big band music as well as watching reruns of the Lawrence Welk Show. She also hosts a card game Tuesday afternoons at her home. Dave Vieser

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