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Lake Wawasee, the largest natural lake in Indiana, covers nearly three thousand acres and is filled with nearly 23 billion gallons of water. Visitors to the county celebrate local culture with an egg festival in Mentone each June, highlighting the county’s large hatched egg, poultry meat, and egg-processing businesses.
This piece depicts a straining yet sturdy bronze farmer holding a water-covered, egg-shaped globe on his shoulders. The egg shape represents the importance of farming in
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