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Stop 83: St. John Missionary Baptist Church

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  • 1960-1990

    As an original part of the W.C. Sumner’s addition to Dade City, the building is believed to have been built by Gordon R. Larkin and Josephine Lee Larkin.) It had the earliest function as a laundromat.

  • 1989

    Johnnie Clower operated the famiy owned Johnnie’s Babeque Restaurant.

  • 2007

    Armentha “Ment” Finley and Walter Finley operated Finley’s Soul Food Restaurant for a short time.

  • 2013-Present

    Stephanie and Herold Reaves owned and operated Steph’s Southern Soul Food!

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