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By Cathie Rowand
Diann Cartwright adds color making marzipan candy look like fruit during Wednesday's Setter's class on heritage candies.

Settler's demonstrate heritage candy making

By Cathie Rowand
Norene Brown,left, demonstrates the art of making marzipan candy during Wednesday’s Setter’s class on heritage candies while Katie Bloom and Pat Bolenbaugh, right, look on.

Local women demonstrated the art of making marzipan candy Wednesday during a Settler's class on heritage candies.

The next scheduled class called "Rags to Braiding, Trivet to Rug" is scheduled for March 13. Advance reservation is required at www.settlersinc.org.

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