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Flipping cakes

Flipping cakes
Gregg White with Chris Cakes of Pocahontas, Iowa, flips a pancake to a readied customer Tuesday at the Shrove Tuesday Pancake Feed at First United Methodist Church in Mitchell. During the first shift, around 350 people had come through the line. (Laura Wehde/Republic Photo)
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