Cindy Jacobus, owner of The Lollipop Shop in downtown Beaufort, smiles for a picture Thursday afternoon before cutting into the cake at her farewell party. Jacobus sold the store to Beaufort residents Dianna and Lundy Baker, who don't plan on making any changes.
Cindy Jacobus, owner of The Lollipop Shop in downtown Beaufort, smiles for a picture Thursday afternoon before cutting into the cake at her farewell party. Jacobus sold the store to Beaufort residents Dianna and Lundy Baker, who don't plan on making any changes. Delayna Earley The Beaufort Gazette
Cindy Jacobus, owner of The Lollipop Shop in downtown Beaufort, smiles for a picture Thursday afternoon before cutting into the cake at her farewell party. Jacobus sold the store to Beaufort residents Dianna and Lundy Baker, who don't plan on making any changes. Delayna Earley The Beaufort Gazette

PHOTO: Lollipop Shop in downtown Beaufort changes owners

January 31, 2013 06:40 PM

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