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Lions Club Members Prepare For the Second Annual Cider Sale, October 1962

Lions Club Members Prepare For the Second Annual Cider Sale, October 1962 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 18, 1962
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CIDER SALE PREPARATIONS: Transferring gallon bottles of sweet cider to a station wagon in preparation for the second annual Arborland Lions Club cider sale are (left to right) James R. Brown, William J. McDonald, Duncan Y. Payne - committee chairman for the event, and J. W. Wilkins, club president. Three thousand gallons of cider were brought to town in a large truck, partially visible in the background. The sale, to provide funds for support of aid to the blind and visually handicapped, will begin Friday and continue through the following Friday. Various business locations will be manned at the beginning of the period. Much of the effort, however, will involve door-to-door calls.

Alice Brown & Rob Russell Share A Caramel Apple At The Dexter Cider Mill, September 1998

Alice Brown & Rob Russell Share A Caramel Apple At The Dexter Cider Mill, September 1998 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 16, 1998
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Ann Arbor residents Rob Russell and Alice Brown share a caramel apple at the 112-year-old Dexter Cider Mill recently.

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
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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.