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An Aspen place to break bread

Thank you to Oakville Grocery Aspen for choosing to preserve the nostalgic spirit and unmitigated joy that defines the Aspen experience with your new eatery. In addition to restoring the 201 E. Main St. historical building, which formerly housed Main Street Bakery, please be sure to include community tables.

For it is in the shared conversations and breaking of bread that much compassion, humanity and common ground can be waged.

Louisa B. Caucia

Montrose, California


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