After an active life of golf and gardening, weaving baskets from pine needles is one of the few activities that Gale Kilgore of Pine Grove can can keep herself busy with when her energy is low from cancer.
After an active life of golf and gardening, weaving baskets from pine needles is one of the few activities that Gale Kilgore of Pine Grove can can keep herself busy with when her energy is low from cancer. Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com
After an active life of golf and gardening, weaving baskets from pine needles is one of the few activities that Gale Kilgore of Pine Grove can can keep herself busy with when her energy is low from cancer. Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com

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