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Heart & Sole Road Race thrives on community support

9:25 PM, Jun. 27, 2013
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In the 1960s, John Baum lost his mother, Ellen, and two sisters, Jane and Sharron, to a fire.

Baum's great-grandfather started a store in Pittsville in 1985, and his family owned and operated it until his father sold it in 1975. Baum bought it back 10 years ago and has run Baum's Mercantile since then. His ties to the community and its Fire Department run deep.

"I'm a big supporter for all they do for our community; they deserve 120 percent support," Baum said. ...

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