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A spirit that gives: Looking outward strengthens bonds with family, friends, strangers

11:15 PM, Nov. 16, 2012
Clementime Haupt prepares cinnamon pecan rolls with her grandchildren, (from left) Eli Stichart, 10, Lydia Jorgensen, 13, George Jorgensen, 10, Leacadia Stichart, 13, and Jack Jorgensen, 6, at her home in Kimberly.
Clementime Haupt prepares cinnamon pecan rolls with her grandchildren, (from left) Eli Stichart, 10, Lydia Jorgensen, 13, George Jorgensen, 10, Leacadia Stichart, 13, and Jack Jorgensen, 6, at her home in Kimberly.
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Preparing meals for others in need always has been one of Clementine Haupt's favorite passions.

Not only does she have a deep interest in cooking her exotic dishes and desserts, but Haupt of Darboy dedicates nearly every waking moment to giving to others who are struggling or simply needing a helping hand.

"As I get older, I realize that it is my example to those around me, whether good or bad, that they will always remember," she said. "I like to serve my friends, family, even strangers in any capacity I can because from them I learn that no matter how great or small my service is they appreciate the ...

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