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Gays Mills Apple Fest


By Tegan Wendland | October 4, 2013

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Five years after devastating floods washed through the small town of Gays Mills, the community continues to come together to celebrate its unique apple economy and culture. Producer Tegan Wendland attended the town’s 55th annual Apple Festival last weekend to see what’s changed and what remains the same.

Tegan Wendland

Tegan Wendland is a freelance journalist and radio producer. 
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