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Belle's Argyle Grocery almost ready to open
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Business partners Susie Adams and Roberta Bayrhoffer, standing in Belles Argyle Grocery recently, said they received tremendous help from friends and members of the community while getting the store ready to open. It takes a village, Bayrhoffer said, and we found one. To order this photo, click here. (Times photo: Marissa Weiher)
ARGYLE - With a family of role models, Monroe native Roberta Bayrhoffer has been immersed in the daily operations of businesses for decades, and even in the face of retirement could not resist the challenge of bringing a small-town grocery store back to life. After graduating from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1986, Bayrhoffer, now 52, left the state for California, where she resided until last year. She moved back to Wisconsin from Long Beach with plans to retire after operating a retail store called Bungalow Bay since 2001.

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