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Letter: Fond Memories of Rosey’s

To the Editor:

“Notes Left Behind in a Hanover Desk” (Valley News, March 16) is a great read! Alex Hanson writes, “A place like Rosey’s Cafe, a private business that’s open to the public, takes on a life of its own, and belongs as much to its patrons as to its owner.”

I would like to add that owner Kenny Fabrikant told me a few years ago, “I run Rosey’s as a mostly not-for-profit community service.” I know others join me in thanking him and the Fabrikant family for the warm memories and for the years of providing a most special spot in Hanover. We miss our Rosey’s Cafe.

Nancie Severs

Lebanon

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