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Daily Sun photo/Janet Jacobs Members of the Corsicana city council and city staff pose with 92-year-old Beatrice Felder and her daughter, Carolyn Hall, for a symbolic ribbon cutting at Felder's new house Monday morning. The house was built with a grant to improve housing in the community. Shown, left to right, are City Engineer Elizabeth Borstad, Planning and Zoning Director Audrey Sloan, Grant Manager Ken Hamner, Mayor Chuck McClanahan, Hall, Felder, City Councilwoman Ruby Williams, Councilman John McClung and Councilman Tom Wilson.

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