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Sugar and spice: Missionary bakes Christmas cheer
Forty-six years ago, Gertrude Troyer left her family in Ohio to help run a camp for inner city D.C. youth. Now the Mennonite missonary's cakes and pies bless the tables of families in her community during the holiday season.
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