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Lynden bookstore & coffee shop balances liveliness with legacy

Formerly Katz!, Eucatastrophe owners foster community connections 1 year later

Through the cafe's window, Ella Mae Kurashige, left, and Mary Lou Childs sip coffee and enjoy "girl chat".
Ella Mae Kurashige, left, and Mary Lou Childs sip coffee and enjoy "girl chat" Monday, Aug. 14 at Eucatastrophe Coffee and Used Books at 515 Front St. in downtown Lynden. The pair come every Monday at 10 a.m. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
Frank Catalano
By Frank Catalano CDN Business Contributor
A Katz! Blend. One year ago, Cutzi and Justin Jobes bought a Lynden landmark, renamed and recon
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