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Dexter-Ann Arbor Run, May 24, 1980

Dexter-Ann Arbor Run, May 24, 1980 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 24, 1980
Caption
Off and Running: An estimated 2,500 runners were off and going early this morning in the seventh annual Dexter-Ann Arbor Run, conducted under partly cloudy skies and warm temperatures. Sponsored by the Ann Arbor Track Club, the Run actually was two races- a seven-miler and a 15-miler. There were approximately 1,400 entries, almost evenly divided between men and women, in the seven-mile race. The 15-mile effort featured about 1,100 entries with approximately 150 women included.

Richard Koziski Prepares Apples For Pressing - Dexter Cider Mill, October 1988

Richard Koziski Prepares Apples For Pressing - Dexter Cider Mill, October 1988 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 15, 1988
Caption
PRESSING SITUATION - Dick Koziski prepares apples for a cider pressing, Friday, in anticipation of weekend crowds at the Dexter Cider Mill. In the apple bin are Jonathan, Red Delicious and other types of apples. Koziski encourages customers to buy gallons of cider, saying leftovers can always be frozen.

Richard Koziski, Owner, Sweeps In Front Of The Dexter Cider Mill, October 1988

Richard Koziski, Owner, Sweeps In Front Of The Dexter Cider Mill, October 1988 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 15, 1988
Caption
Outside, owner Dick Koziski sweeps in front of the mill that is a family-operated. Koziski says it is the oldest continually operating mill in Michigan - 102 years.

Katherine Koziski & Stacia Goddard Making Doughnuts - Dexter Cider Mill, October 1988

Katherine Koziski & Stacia Goddard Making Doughnuts - Dexter Cider Mill, October 1988 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 15, 1988
Caption
Katherine Koziski, left, and mother-in-law Stacia Goddard fix fresh doughnuts in anticipation of weekend crowds at the Dexter Cider Mill.

Unitarian Day Nursery Children Visit Wagner Cider Mill, November 1961

Unitarian Day Nursery Children Visit Wagner Cider Mill, November 1961 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 1, 1961
Caption
A WHOLE BARREL: The best part of the tour for four-year-old twins Chris and Wendy Lawson is sampling the freshly made cider. Imagine, a whole barrel full of cider just waiting for someone to drink it! The twins are the children of Mr. and Mrs. James Lawson of Cambridge Rd.