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Central Lakes Rotary selling roses until Oct. 4

Roses are $20 per dozen.

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PEQUOT LAKES — Central Lakes Rotary is selling red and white roses for $20 a dozen.

The deadline to order is Oct. 4.

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To order, visit Stephen Blenkush or email him at stephenblenkush@gmail.com . Checks are payable to Central Lakes Rotary.

Roses will be available for pickup at Nisswa Triangle/Cenex, Speedway in Pequot Lakes by the intersection of Patriot Avenue and Main Street, Our Family Market in Pine River and Reed’s Market in Crosslake.

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