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News of Otsego County

jeanne graham

bluebird haus prepares for opening

‘bluebird haus’ prepares for opening

This morning on railroad avenue, a new sign went up on the front of the building at #21. This sign is for the bluebird haus, a new cozy shop based on ‘Cozy Comfy Living’ and ‘Happy Joyful Giving’ being opened by Jeanne Graham, owner of the former Lemon Tree Shop.

Also, on hand to help ahead of the opening on December 3, were grandkids August, Nathan, Opal, and Eliza.

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