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    Carve for the Carillon

    The UIS Volunteer and Civic Engagement Center participated in the Washington Park “Carve for the Carillon” event on the afternoon of Oct. 8. This is a free Springfield community event that the entire family can participate in – regardless of carving skill. The carved pumpkins will be displayed at the Jack-O-Lantern event the following weekend of October 14 and 15.

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