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For Irma, it has been a 'labor of love'
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Irma Collins, 84, sits in her restaurant, Irmas Kitchen, which she opened in 1976 in Argyle. When she was young, Collins said she always dreamed of owning a diner in a small town. She has since passed the torch to her three youngest daughters. To order either photo, click here. (Times photo: Marissa Weiher)
ARGYLE - When longtime customers and newcomers alike enter Irma's Kitchen along East Milwaukee Street in Argyle on Sunday, they will witness the end of an era. It will be a celebration - with cake, refreshments and door prizes - all to honor one person. Irma Collins, 84, will officially retire after founding the restaurant 40 years ago.

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