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Lincoln City’s Lil Sambo’s a three generation family affair

Modified: Tuesday, Dec 4th, 2012


Co-owner of Lil Sambo’s in Lincoln City at the counter of the restaurant’s gift shop. Moore who turned 84 last week, works everyday and has no plans to retire. “I just love to work and I have ever since I was a little kid,” she said. Her son, Cary Moore, is the general manager and her granddaughter, Ruthie Moore works as waitress at the landmark business. (Photo by Larry Coonrod)


Ruth and her son, Cary, bought Lil Sambo’s--a Lincoln City landmark for more than 50 years--in 1995 at an age when most people are settling in to retirement.

For the complete article see the 12-05-2012 issue.

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