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Pay homage to Cloquet's one-of-a-kind gas station on Thursday, Aug. 7

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Come to Cloquet's recently refurbished & unique Frank Lloyd Wright-designed gas station to celebrate its 50th birthday from 4 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 7 at the station (corner of Highway 33 and Cloquet Avenue). Free food from Gordy's Hi-Hat and a '50s & '60s classic car show - cool photo opps of 1950s gas pump attendants pumping gas at the 1958 price – 24 cents per gallon!
Also Bubs the Clown, station tours, glad-handing politicians, cash bar and super cool shirts by Starfire for purchase.
More info/articles/photos at http://www.pinejournal.com


ok - now that's a purdy shoot.

'Bubs' the clown at an architectural symposium? Huh.

Bubs is a big architecture expert

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