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Model trail exhibit to benefit community help center

GRAYLING – Loren Goodale, Sr. and Loren Goodale, Jr., owners of Goodale’s Bakery will be opening the doors to their home on Sunday Nov. 17 from noon until 4 p.m. to the general public in order to help out the Crawford County Community Christian Help Center.

Avid model train enthusiasts, the Goodales have rooms in their home dedicated to some exhibits of their making

Donations of canned goods or monetary donation will be accepted.

The Goodale’s home is located just off of M-72 East. At Industrial Drive, turn north (away from the Industrial Park). Watch for a mailbox with a train crossing sign. Turn right onto driveway there.

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