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Jonathan Scott and Ivy Hall take a family portrait during the first Help-Portrait of Crossville event Saturday at Stone Memorial High School. More than 300 families were signed up to receive a free, professional family portrait courtesy of a team of volunteer photographers, photographer assistants and graphic artists. To help families get ready for their close-ups, area hair and make-up stylists donated their time and talents, as well, providing mini-makeovers prior to the photo sessions. As each family left, they carried a framed print from their day.

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