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By Forrest Hershberger
Publisher, Sidney Sun-Telegraph 

Aure Takes Over Sundry

 

Forrest Hershberger/Sun-Telegraph

Jody Aure moves tables in preparation for a lunch party. She took over management of the Potter Sundry from Thomas and Kendra Mitchell.

The gem about most small towns is you're only a visitor a time or two.

Even if you don't live there, if you frequent the cafes and watering holes you soon become as if a minor character in "Friends," where everybody knows your name.

That is an atmosphere Jody Aure hopes to continue at the Potter Sundry.

The cafe and sweetshop long known for the decadent Tin Roof Sundae is expanding to include bakery items, longer hours to serve breakfast, lunch and dinner, and souvenir items such as t-shirts and hats, coffee mugs and homemade jellies.

Aure has had the Sundry for a little more than two week...



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