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Fines win Reindollar Award
Saturday, May 31, 2014 5:00 AM
Deb and Mike Fine, owners of Cocoa Safari Chocolates and Hertz Shoes Store, are the 2014 recipients of the Historic Madison Inc. Dorothy Inglis Reindollar Preservation Award. They were given the award during the HMI Spring Preservation Gala at the Shrewsbury-Windle House on Friday. HMI President and Executive Director John Staicer said the Fines were selected for renovations to the facade of Cocoa Safari building on Main Street. The John and Maureen Galvin Scholarship was given to Madison Consolidated High School senior Kyle Sauley who plans to major in history at Franklin College. (Staff photo by Ken Ritchiefirstname.lastname@example.org)
Hats off to Mike and Deb Fine for a job well done .
We need more fine people like them, for downtown to prosper .
Bless you both! Joe
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