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Summerfest Buttons

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In celebration of Summerfest, “Heritage Past, Let’s Make it Last” buttons are being sold for $2 at Pine River Chamber member stores and the Pine River Information Center.

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Button sale proceeds go toward supporting Summerfest expenses.

Summerfest buttons are good for the following deals:

• Alco Store: 10 percent off regular price on one item (expires Aug. 31, 2013).

• Pine River Bakery: Buy a chocolate chip cookie-get one free.

• Iron Hills Gun & Pawn: $1 off any DVD in stock.

• Bites Grill & Bar: One free soft drink or coffee.

• Dark Cravings Coffee House: $1 off smoothie or specialty coffee (one per customer).

• Black Bear Golf Course: Free small bucket of range balls (expires July 1, 2013).

• Cottage Cafe: Free coffee or small pop (inside only with any purchase June 28-30, 2013).

• G&S Plants: free flower.

• Gardiner Hardware: 10 percent off any non-sale item (expires July 1, 2013).

• Holiday Stationstore: Free 22-ounce fountain pop.

• Jr’s No. 19 BBQ: Bottomless root beer float (you buy the root beer, Jr’s will supply the ice cream).

• Lakes Area Pharmacy: Free can of pop.

• Pine River Dairy Queen: $1 off any Blizzard.

• Pine River American Legion: $1 off regular priced hamburger basket.

• Pine River Our Family Grocery Store: Buy one 20-ounce Our Family spring water, get one free.

• Pine River State Bank: Free chip bag clip.

• Shamp’s Meat Market: $1 off a snack stick.

• Station 371 Cenex: Free fishing bobber.

• Tradesmen or Closeout City: $1 off any purchase.

• Ultimate Liquors: Free can of pop.

• Ole & Lena’s Sweet Revenge: $1 off a soft pretzel.

• Wild Wedge Mini Golf, Jenkins: $1 off round with Summerfest button (expires Aug. 31, 2013).

• Wireless Woods & JJ’s Trading Post: $1 off any printed T-shirt or sweatshirt.

All offers are limited to one item per button number. Most offers expire June 30, 2013, unless noted.

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Denton (Denny) Newman Jr.
I've worked at the Brainerd Dispatch with various duties since Dec. 7, 1983. Starting off as an Ad Designer and currently Director of Audience Development. The Dispatch has been an interesting and challenging place to work. I'm fortunate to have made many friends, both co-workers and customers.
(218) 855-5889
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