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Jonesboro--Heather Flanigan Reports

Scrapbooking -- Crop 'Till You Drop

February 21, 2004 -- Posted at 4:26 p.m. CST

JONESBORO -- Scrapbooking.... it's one of the fastest growing hobbies in the country and it's making a big impact right here in Region 8.

Scrapbookers gathered in Jonesboro at the scrapbook station for a "crop 'till you drop" session. About 50 scrapbookers came in at 10 a.m. Friday morning and didn't leave until 5 a.m. Saturday morning! These "dye"-hard scrapbookers say it's about preserving memories and making new ones.

Tracey Moon has been a scrapbooker for years. She says she enjoys the time with her friends and working to organize her photos.

"You get away just for a little bit on your own to talk to women and fellowship," said Moon.

Scrapbook Station owner Lisa Campbell agrees.

"It's a bonding, women need other women. Most of us have husbands and children, but we all get together and share our ideas and have fun. It's all about being with friends," said Campbell.

If you missed the "crop till you drop" session and are interested in participating, the scrapbook station holds classes and crops weekly. You can find more information at their website: www.scrapbookstationarkansas.com or by calling for store hours and crop sessions at (870) 972-1168.

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