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Scrap worries away at Scraphouse Retreat
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One of the first Victorian homes built in South Wayne is getting a new outlook by hosting gatherings for different activities. Pictured, from left, in front is Susie Krueger, next to her is Stacy Hill, and Carolyn Abraham. In front, from right is Kristen Nall and Brenda Salzwedeldoing some crafts at the unique home. (Photo supplied)
SOUTH WAYNE - One of the first Victorian homes built in 1901 by a member of the prominent Chapman family is getting a new outlook on life. After moving back to Wisconsin from St. Louis in 2001, Sameena Quinn and her husband, Tim, purchased the house on the hill with its gorgeous views of South Wayne and the surrounding area. They rented the house for a while until Tim encouraged Sameena to turn it into a scrapbooking retreat.

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