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From a merchant’s perspective, she recognized the financial value of celebrations. The events planned by the Cherries brought much-needed tourist dollars to their small township. But for Ami, the increased revenue was an added benefit. It was the warm sense of community and camaraderie, the way holidays brought people together, that made the planning worthwhile

As far back as Ami could remember, she’d been a holiday planner. The oldest of four girls, Ami recalled with much fondness the cookie-baking marathons, the ice skating races on Rakes Pond, and all the neighborhood Fourth of July parades she’d helped her mother organize.


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