From left, Connie Barnard, Anna Andrews, Sarah Freschi and Dolores Owen have been meeting at Rhode's Café, 1046 Lakeway Drive, every Sunday for about eight years for breakfast, coffee and lots of laughs. Customers at the business owned by Judy and George Moularas include Sudden Valley residents, students and churchgoers.
From left, Connie Barnard, Anna Andrews, Sarah Freschi and Dolores Owen have been meeting at Rhode's Café, 1046 Lakeway Drive, every Sunday for about eight years for breakfast, coffee and lots of laughs. Customers at the business owned by Judy and George Moularas include Sudden Valley residents, students and churchgoers. JOSIE LIMING THE BELLINGHAM HERALD
From left, Connie Barnard, Anna Andrews, Sarah Freschi and Dolores Owen have been meeting at Rhode's Café, 1046 Lakeway Drive, every Sunday for about eight years for breakfast, coffee and lots of laughs. Customers at the business owned by Judy and George Moularas include Sudden Valley residents, students and churchgoers. JOSIE LIMING THE BELLINGHAM HERALD

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September 11, 2007 02:43 PM

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