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Cindy Sermersheim of Ireland, left, Dee Bell, Shelley Uebelhor and Alana Goepfrich, all of Jasper, sat and talked together under the light of the Providence Home Grotto in Jasper on Tuesday night. The four women gather weekly as a prayer group and, weather permitting, meet at the grotto. “There is just so much peace here,” Uebelhor said. …

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