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The Service Group of the Mennonite Home Communities of Ohio, Bluffton, will hold its annual Thanksgiving bake sale from 9 a.m. Friday in the Mennonite Memorial Home lobby, 410 W. The sale will feature a variety of baked goods including cinnamon rolls, cakes, pies, noodles and breads. Proceeds from the sales will be used to benefit the elders of MHCO.
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