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  • "In fall of 2012, we took a day trip to Kankakee County and drove just half of their trail because for 250 miles you can drive and see all their farms," Jensen said.

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  • Jensen said it isn't too late if you'd like to get involved by either building frames, drawing up new quilt designs, helping with promotional media, planning the July 12 kickoff, designing a website, painting barn quilts, or getting a barn quilt of your own.

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