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Shara Weiss of Pine (left) received many thank yous from parents while helping children make placemats and other apple crafts at the Apple Festival last weekend. This is her first year doing the kids craft booths at the PSBC (Pine Strawberry Business Community) events. She will also be working with the children’s craft booth at the upcoming Festival of Lights.

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Lots of opportunities to keep busy in Pine, Strawberry

Have you ever heard anyone say, “There’s nothing to do in a small town”? True there’s no hustle and bustle. We have no stoplights, follow landmarks and don’t know street names. There’s a grocery store, hardware store, post office, a few restaurants, bars, and shops. Strawberry and Pine are small towns, but they have numerous amenities nearby like hiking, cycling, off-roading, fishing, hunting and boating. The great outdoors offers limitless opportunities for adventure. Likewise, the community groups provide many more opportunities to be creative, participate in activities, and help your neighbors.


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