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Morgan and her Big Buddy Maddy Fones get to work on Dec. 3 at The Little Nell to decorate at the Buddy Program’s 5th annual Gingerbread House Workshop. Hosted by Helen and Jim Fifield, Nancy and Richard Rogers and Karen Wing, the event raised over $90,000 for the Buddy Program, a youth-mentoring organization that works with nearly 600 youth throughout the Roaring Fork Valley
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