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Posted: Friday, June 20, 2014 7:47 am

Terry and Ruth Hieb recently returned from a trip visiting their daughter, Lynette McInnes, in the Grand Bahamas.

Highlights of the trip were attending the high school graduation of their grandson George McInnes, where he graduated with honors and two years of perfect attendance. After graduation, Lynette, George, Roland, Terry and Ruther flew to Nassau to the Paradise Island in the Atlantic.

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