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JV’s Celebrates 35 Years In Downtown Waterloo

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Jeff and Denise Vogt joined their family in welcoming patrons - longtime regulars and new customers - to the JV’s 35th Anniversary Party on March 8.
Jeff and Denise Vogt joined their family in welcoming patrons - longtime regulars and new customers - to the JV’s 35th Anniversary Party on March 8.

Jeff and Denise Vogt opened up their doors and their hearts March 8 to celebrate the 35th anniversary of JV’s, their downtown Waterloo eating and drinking establishment. The brick building at 117 North Main has been serving drinks in downtown Waterloo since the 1800s. For the past 35 years, Jeff and Denise Vogt have been …

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