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December 20, 2011 at 9:48 AM

'Grinch fund' for laid off Aberdeen diner workers

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The Associated Press

ABERDEEN – Glenn Ludwig was a regular at America’s Diner in Aberdeen. He went in every morning for coffee.

Until last week — when the owner shut the place down, putting 12 people out of work.

The workers haven’t seen a paycheck since before Thanksgiving, says KXRO radio.

To help them out, Ludwig set up the “Grinch fund” in cooperation with Timberland Bank and is seeking donations for the workers’ families.

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