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Samantha Dingmann, 2, awaits her turn at blueberry cheesecake. Grandpa Mike Studanski of Laporte tried the first bite just to see if it was good enough to share. After making an initial face, Samantha decided she liked cheesecake - and blueberries. (Sarah Smith / Enterprise)

Thousands come out for blueberries at Lake George annual festival

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At barely 10 minutes after 10 a.m. Saturday, Carol Hadrava made the dutiful trip out to the roadway to take down the "pie sale" sign.

Lake George's 40 blueberry pies, baked to benefit the Senior Citizens Center, were gone.

Blueberry shakes filled many a warm tummy as Una Bessler just kept on tapping her ice cream machine.

"I've never kept track of how many we sell," she said. "Lots and lots and lots."

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Sarah Smith is the outdoors editor. She covers Hubbard County, courts and breaking news.

(218) 732-3364
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