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Lincoln alumna releases first book

11:59 AM, Mar. 28, 2013
Michelle Rayburn
Michelle Rayburn
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"Decorating with repurposed objects and flea market finds is more than an art - it also teaches valuable lessons about turning unpleasant life experiences into character-building opportunities," said author Michelle Rayburn.

She has just announced the release of a new book, "The Repurposed and Upcycled Life: When God Turns Trash to Treasure." Rayburn (née Buteyn) is a 1987 graduate of Lincoln High School who currently resides in New Auburn.

Rayburn wants readers to understand how no life experience is wasted. She explains how, in the same way a trash-to-treasure decorator creates ...

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