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     July 18, 2018      #43-198 PB1
Donna Anderson met her husband, Red, dancing at the Rainbow Pavilion between Eyota and Dover. “I had to tell him he could have the seventh dance,” she recalled.

Ken Klotzbach / kklotzbach@postbulletin.com/

Jen's World: 99 years of stories, history and

By Jennifer Koski

They say fortune favors the prepared mind.

I’ve been prepared to interview Donna Anderson since the moment I met her. Donna attended one of my writing classes a few years ago, and stuck in my mind for several reasons.

Mike Paradise

For one, she was impeccably dressed — the kind of style that I hope someday to attain, but am not likely to. Tailored clothes, flawless makeup, funky glasses.

For two, she wrote memorable stories — about learning to drive at age 12 from her blind father. About visiting monkeys at the zoo behind (the ...

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Jennifer Koski