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Making memories at the Holiday Blitz

Parker, 2, admires his painting while his sister Marissa, 4, makes a snowflake with the guidance of their mom, Tanya Rosenau of Raymond, at the Holiday Blitz on Saturday at the Willmar Community Center, sponsored by WCER. Volunteers from Willmar ...

Tanya Rosenau
Parker, 2, admires his painting while his sister Marissa, 4, makes a snowflake with the guidance of their mom, Tanya Rosenau of Raymond, at the Holiday Blitz on Saturday at the Willmar Community Center, sponsored by WCER. Volunteers from Willmar High School Youth Service and Americorp assisted. (TRIBUNE/Rand Middleton)

Parker, 2, admires his painting while his sister Marissa, 4, makes a snowflake with the guidance of their mom, Tanya Rosenau of Raymond, at the Holiday Blitz on Saturday at the Willmar Community Center, sponsored by WCER. Volunteers from Willmar High School Youth Service and Americorp assisted.

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