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Members of the Lady Slipper Scenic Byway board recently had a ribbon-cutting ceremony for interpretive sites along the byway. Pictured from left to right are Deborah Davis Hudak, Steve Ross, LSSB secretary Judy Rossi, Sally Fineday, County Commissioner Jack Frost, LSSB Vice President Shirley Gilmore, George-Ann Maxson, LSSB Treasurer Nancy Salminen and LSSB President Mike Supan. Photo by Jillian Gandsey.

Lady Slipper interpretive sites open

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The Lady Slipper Scenic Byway just got more scenic.

Two interpretive sites, or rest areas, were added and honored with ribbon-cutting ceremonies along the byway on Saturday, June 28.

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The sites were created for residents and tourists traveling the byway, which starts in Blackduck on Highway 39/10, to appreciate Minnesota’s state flower, the Lady Slipper.

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