Sunday May 24, 2015
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Pat, no, the name is the same.
MHA is not on the board of the Alliance.
It is on the board of the Foundation.
What a great looking group!
You commented here and on the story.
This is all you put here click on picture to see the rest.
Chevron gets a facelift and beer growlers
by Alexis Bechman
Yup, that picture is at the top of this story.
You can get fresh brewed beer in glass bottles, called growlers, from just about every craft beer brewer. The closest one is THAT Brewery in Pine and they are a restaurant and bar, as well as brewing beer on premise. I'm sure many things have changed since you owned a bar.
This is really nothing new in many places. I remember visiting a military buddy in Indiana in 1970. They would go to their neighborhood bar, fill the jar and take it home.
There are the same number of places to purchase alcohol as there were before they opened. They bought Rim Liquor's license.
It is not a bar. It is a gas station and convenience store that sells carry out liquor that cannot be opened or consumed on premises... just like Maverick or Circle K.
I can't imagine who you might need to know or who your friends are to open a gas station and convenience store in Payson.
One word, "Lawyers."
Great job to the coordinators, volunteers and sponsors. You did Payson proud. And wouldn't you know it, John Waklin pictured begging for tree hugs from the cheerleaders.
Your comment you are referring to was not deleted, you posted it under another story.
Here's the link to that story and your comment.
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