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Owners Jack and Sandy Detlefs are proud to celebrate the Parshallville Cider Mill’s 150th annAiversary this fall. 

Parshallville — A scenic setting, a variety of fresh apples, delicious warm doughnuts, freshly made cider and homemade pies are what customers at Parshallville Cider Mill have come to love about the historic mill located on the banks of North Ore Creek.

 While fall is always a special time at Parshallville Cider Mill, this year is especially exciting as it marks the mill’s 150th anniversary.

 “We’re very lucky to be on this creek,” said owner Sandy Detlefs. “It’s a beautiful place for families.”

 Since Sandy and her husband Jack purchased the cider mill in the early 1980s, all of her daughters and grandchildren have worked there.

 To mark the special anniversary, the cider mill is hosting a number of car shows and live entertainment each Sunday, weather permitting.

 Parshallville Cider Mill, at 8507 Parshallville Rd., is open daily now through November. For more info call (810) 629-9079 or visit parshallvillecidermill.com.

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