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Fayetteville Resident Makes Cups Into Stories

She’s been called many things, from “genius” to “amazing” to “eclectic.” Most often, her neighbors and friends at Carillon Assisted Living of Fayetteville are heard to say about Marjorie Carpenter: “She’s really something.”

Something, indeed. Marjorie is something of a collector. She is surely an artist. And in truth, she really is a genius.

Her homespun handiwork graces every corner of her residence at Carillon of Fayetteville. Paper cups and plates become scale models of famed bridges or a basket or a wreath or even, yes, a hat worthy of wearing to church on Sunday.

A reporter from the Fayetteville Observer caught wind of that something special that we call, our Miss Marjorie.

Something, indeed.

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Posted in Resident and Community Life, Sage Stories on April 25, 2014

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