It reflected its busy, civic-minded owner.
From the September, 2017 issue
"I'm thrilled to have the store come back. It was really depressing to drive by and see it all shuttered up," says Mark Clague. From 1926 to 1968, his grandfather, Ashley Clague, ran Clague's Market at 1200 Packard. The building is soon going to return to its original use as a second location for Argus Farm Stop.
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