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The primary figure of the "greatest story ever told" will be settling down to listen as storytellers weave their own tales of romance, humor, terror, history, magic and anything else imaginable as part of Tellabration! '99, the highlight of National Storytelling Week. Local yarn-spinners Liz Jones, Russ Kauk, Jay Lang, Karen Lundstrom, Josie Mares, Elizabeth Nichols and Ed Winograd will tell their tales at 7 p.m. at High Plains Unitarian Church, 1714 Brookwood Drive. Admission is $5 per family or $1-$2 for individuals. Call 528-5448 to find out more.


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