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CLO’s Midnight Farm, Baldwin City’s newest program for children and adults with special needs, celebrated its grand opening with an open house and ribbon-cutting ceremony on May 6 with more than 150 community members in attendance. Midnight Farm’s chief executive officer, Dr. Michael C. Strouse, shared Midnight Farm’s current services and plans for the future development, including its “Green Thumb Program.” Mayor Ken Wagner, Baldwin City chamber president Ivan Huntoon, and Hank Booth, representing the Lawrence Chamber of Commerce also joined in with words of welcome and positive remarks. Pictured from left are, Huntoon, Colleen Baker, director of Midnight Farm, Strouse, Trip Frizell, president of CLO’s board of directors, Allison Frizell, wife of Trip, and Booth.

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