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Randy’s RR Named Historic Building

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Randy’s Double R Bar has been designated as one of Waterloo’s Historic Buildings. Mayor Tom Smith, right, stopped by 107 S. Main earlier this week to affix the signage. Looking on are current owner Randy Rehmer and Julie (nee Ross) Whitlock, granddaughter of former owners George and Charlotte Heise.
Randy’s Double R Bar has been designated as one of Waterloo’s Historic Buildings. Mayor Tom Smith, right, stopped by 107 S. Main earlier this week to affix the signage. Looking on are current owner Randy Rehmer and Julie (nee Ross) Whitlock, granddaughter of former owners George and Charlotte Heise.

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