Wilmore grocery store owner Leonard Fitch, left, greeted long-time customer Harry Stevenson as business continued as usual Saturday at Fitch's IGA while a group of volunteers pitched in to refurbish the store in hopes of preventing its closure.
Wilmore grocery store owner Leonard Fitch, left, greeted long-time customer Harry Stevenson as business continued as usual Saturday at Fitch's IGA while a group of volunteers pitched in to refurbish the store in hopes of preventing its closure.
Wilmore grocery store owner Leonard Fitch, left, greeted long-time customer Harry Stevenson as business continued as usual Saturday at Fitch's IGA while a group of volunteers pitched in to refurbish the store in hopes of preventing its closure.

Wilmore's residents work to save its grocery store

May 03, 2011 12:00 AM

UPDATED May 03, 2011 03:54 AM

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