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  • Zeta Tau Alpha Fraternity

    Jersey Shore, NJ Alumnae Chapter went to the Chatsworth Cranberry festival to browse cranberry treats and gifts. What a fun and delicious sisterhood idea!

  • sandra

    red berries

  • Serena Sonneveld

    Special Lithuanian berries: whortleberry (brukne), small strawberry (zemuoge), sour cherry (vysnia vs tresne)... also gooseberry

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