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•?Oliver Lemon’s presented the Sisters Kiwanis Food Bank with a check for $13,545 raised in their Food For February drive. The drive is designed to provide a boost to the Food Bank in the post-holiday period when donations might fall off but demand for services in the depths of winter is on the rise.
•?L. LaRue wrote:
“I wanted to write a big thank-you to Reneé of Fika Sisters Coffee House for the wonderful business she has created. She is a hardworking woman who goes out of her way to make everyone who enters her business welcome, comfortable and relaxed.
“Her Swedish background is mixed into not only her baking but also her décor. She has delicious bakery treats and great coffee. You can sit in comfortable, cushioned couches or chairs and enjoy all the sunlight through the large windows. The scenery is pretty awesome.
“She will tell you that ‘Fika’ means to take a rest with friends for coffee and a sweet. She has become a valuable member of our community and has shown her involvement by opening her business for ‘Game Night,’ employment help, and other numerous groups who meet for business or pleasure.
“When you visit her shop, you may not know her when you come in, but you will when you leave. Thank you again Reneé, for your kindness and generosity to our community.”