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Photographer: Weston Carter
Beth Kent, library director, and Chelsey DeYoung, library clerk, check in books at the Oakwood Public Library.
Adam Wynn, 13, (left) and Kevin Beaulier, 16, both of Oakwood
A wooden signpost welcomes visitors to Oakwood.
Emma Wright, 13, reads in the town library.
Paul, 15, and Marcia Wright stop by the town library.
Beth Kent, director of the Oakwood Public Library, stands in the children's section.
Don Longstreth enjoys the periodicals at the Oakwood Public Library.
From top left, Mike Schul, Allie Morris, Melanie Morris, 2, and Abby Foster, 10, spend time in the town library.
Shelby Doggett, 14, of Oakwood, enjoys checking his myspace account on a library computer.
Nancy Leach leaves the Oakwood Grocery with her purchases.
Cashier Billye Kane checks out, from left, Ron Little, Ryan Parker and Jenny Fortier.
Kerry Emmett stands at the checkout lane at the Oakwood Grocery.
LuAnn Towell picks up supplies at the Oakwood Grocery.
Duylong Kinney, 16, works at the Oakwood Grocery.
Photographer: Jean McDonald
Lorie Bloomfield has lived in Oakwood for nearly 44 years.
Shirley Sherwood stops by the post office to check her mail.
Griffin DeYoung, 13, works on a computer at the town library.
Former Oakwood High School football coach Marty McFarland stands with friend Donna Hedges near the Oakwood post office.
Mike Michaels stopped by the town post office.
Former Major League baseball player Darrin Fletcher, an Oakwood native, chats with coach Marty McFarland in front of the town post office.
Randy Smith is a new resident in Oakwood.
Cole Carter works for the Oakwood Emergency Rescue.
United Community Bank President Jerry Harper stands with cashier Brenda Wright in front of the bank.
From left are United Community Bank tellers Judy Wells, Emily Willard, Judy Cassidy and Jamie Van Allen.
Employees at Oakwood's United Community Bank include, from left, teller Kaycee John, bookkeeper Dustin Liggett, teller Joann Williams and bookkeeper Dixie Smith.
Dan Hughes is vice president at United Community Bank, while Janet Hambright is an administrative assistant.
Jean Nicholson moved to the area after living in Chicago and Urbana.
Cindy Fairchild, who has lived in Oakwood for 16 years, enters the village post office.
Becky Hopkins was photographed out power washing her house.
Nicholas Fortier was walking down Olmstead Street in Oakwood.
Twelve-year-olds Lexie Knee, left, and Lexi Stacy hold Carmi the dog at a yard sale.
Nine-year-old Kayla Simonich, left, stands with her sister, Emily, 7.
Howard Goble, who has lived in Oakwood since 1972, was weeding his yard on Seymour Street.
From left, Yvonne Culp, Connie Arlington and Sheri Verhoeven work at Casey's.
From left, Oakwood High School sophomores Tara Mitchell, Kelsey Pavlick and Amanda Kent grab a snack between sessions of volleyball practice.
Allison Piatt, 11, holds her dog, Max.
Vicki Wright, office manager at the Oakwood Village Hall, stands with her husband, David.
Photographer: Meg Thilmony
Alexa Morton, 11, and Sloan Morton, 7, shop at Oakwood Grocery.
Rural Oakwood resident Linda Richter runs an errand at the Oakwood Post Office.
Eileen Grubb works at the Oakwood Post Office.
Kay Warner, Oakwood Public Library employee, and Beth Kent, the library's director, pose in front of projects Oakwood children made during this year's summer reading program.
Paul Wright, 15, and library volunteer Judi Coates work on craft projects for the Oakwood Public Library's teen summer reading project.
Colten Foil, 13, is a Muncie resident but is part of Oakwood Public Library's teen summer reading program because he lives in the library district.
Lucy Woodard is a cashier at Oakwood Grocery.
Sue Wolfe and April Woods are managers at Oakwood Grocery.
Catherine Wright, 12, works on a craft project at the Oakwood Public Library during its teen summer reading program.
Emma Wright, 13, and Synan Nicholson, 12, work on craft projects at the Oakwood Public Library.
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