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September 10, 2015


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Gretchen Garrison

LOVE the story behind this bakery. How great that what they probably started with a bit of trepidation has flourished. This is such a heartwarming story! Thanks for sharing!

Dominique King

This was a story that really caught the imagination of a lot of folks when the cops acquired the bakery. It's great seeing the biz still going strong six years after the cops initially took it over...and downtown Clare certainly seems more peppy than I remember it being when we drove through a number of years ago.

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