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Now Open: The Next Sweet Thing

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Owners call it The Next Sweet Thing. The new bakery held its grand opening in Mayberry Square in Sylvania Monday.

The company sells edible works of art like cookies and cakes for any occasion.

The owner says ten percent of the proceeds from Monday's sales benefit a local girl fighting a rare genetic disorder called Williams Syndrome. The money will help get Kelsie Cousino and her family to Boston for a medical procedure.

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