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Old Riverview fire hall becomes Chocolate River Station

Jan 29, 2009

Article Times and Transcript - January 29, 2009

T&T staff Eric Lewis Headline “Old Riverview fire hall becomes Chocolate River Station”

Rocky Mountain Maple, a maple sugar company based in Hillsborough, will open a retail outlet in Chocolate River Station, owner David Briggs says. “I’m excited for it.” he said yesterday. “It’s a whole new venture for us.” Rocky Mountain Maple has been in business in Stilesville for 10 years, but maple sugar processing has been in the Briggs family for five generations. Opening a retail outlet is the next logical step. Briggs says the operation will have a museum-like atmosphere and will showcase processing of all kinds of maple products, including maple butter, cream, syrup and candy. Displays showcasing family history and maple syrup history will be a part of the store.”

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