MEREDITH — With the help of some as yet unknown perpetrators, "Betsy" the cow that usually adorns the front of Flurries restaurant near the center of Meredith, spent a Saturday night and Sunday on Indian Island in Meredith Bay, under the watch of the Chief Chocorua. Flurries manager Krista Landry said "Betsy" and the ice cream cone that usually decorates the front of the business were removed so owner Steve Fields could have the building painted.CLICK TO VIEW THE SOURCE MATERIAL
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