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Pam Noah quit her job as a social worker in Perham in November, but started work on a new coffeehouse on the northside of Detroit Lakes not long after. She and her husband, Mike, own the building.

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When Pam Noah quit her 12-year job in November, it only took her a couple of weeks to decide on a new career: barista.

There was already empty space in the same building next to Michael's furniture, which she and husband Mike own, and having grown up on the north side of Detroit Lakes, it was the perfect location for a coffee shop with all the bells and whistles: gifts, espresso, sandwiches, drive through, indoor and outdoor seating.

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