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Merla Mae Thunder Bay
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http://merlamae.ca/

Merla Mae was founded in 1951 by Wendell Cathers as the first licensed drive-in in Thunder Bay, ON, Canada. Since then, the ice cream stand on Memorial Ave. has instilled a great sense of tradition in many Thunder Bay families.

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Subida: 09/09/2010
Actualizado: 03/07/2014
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Tags: thunder bay; ice cream; drive in; memorial avenue
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