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Jan Sell, co-owner of Mussels and More Pottery on Highway 19A in Campbellton, paints a purple sea star on a wall of her business as part of an undersea-themed mural she and her husband Mike are currently painting. - Paul Rudan/The Mirror
Jan Sell, co-owner of Mussels and More Pottery on Highway 19A in Campbellton, paints a purple sea star on a wall of her business as part of an undersea-themed mural she and her husband Mike are currently painting.
— image credit: Paul Rudan/The Mirror

Jan Sell, co-owner of Mussels and More Pottery on Highway 19A in Campbellton, paints a purple sea star on a wall of her business as part of an undersea-themed mural she and her husband Mike are currently painting.

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