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Cheryl Grove, store manager of Blueberry Haven in downtown Grand Haven, has battled cancer and endured chemotherapy for years, which has left her immuno-compromised. Grove says she’s happy that the store owner requires customers to wear face masks, but not all customers are happy about it.

Cheryl Grove, store manager of Blueberry Haven in Grand Haven, says she wants to keep everyone safe from the COVID-19 virus that has hit some of her friends and led to the death of another.

Grove has battled cancer for almost 20 years. She’s endured more chemotherapy than she wants to recall, which has left her with a compromised immune system.

Contact Marie Havenga at mhavenga@grandhaventribune.com.

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edwards1

There is no solid science or proof that masks due anything

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