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Wood and Tina Geisler of Fairfield Glade, front, second and third from left, were recently presented a gift of appreciation for volunteering their time to present six sessions on using Photoshop CS6 through the Cumberland Business Incubator. Pictured are, from left, front row, Holly Hanson, Tina and Woody Geisler, Kathryn Hicks and Katie Blaylock; second row, Laurilee Frazier, Ron Sternfels, Bill Boswell and Roland Pearson; and third row, Tom McDunn. The learning sessions were part of a mini-grant secured by Robbie Safdie through the Roane State Community College Presidential mini-grant program for the Cumberland Business Incubator last year. The grant allowed the CBI to purchase 12 copies of the photo-editing software and provide training to local business people.

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