Lunch Crowd Invests in Vermont Diner A while ago, tiny Morrisville, Vt., was in danger of losing one of its few restaurants. Sharon Deitz, the owner of the Bees Knees, was on the verge of calling it quits, but her customers wouldn't let her.
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Lunch Crowd Invests in Vermont Diner

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Lunch Crowd Invests in Vermont Diner

Lunch Crowd Invests in Vermont Diner

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A while ago, tiny Morrisville, Vt., was in danger of losing one of its few restaurants. Sharon Deitz, the owner of the Bees Knees, was tired of using her apartment kitchen to cook. She was on the verge of calling it quits, but her patrons wouldn't let her.

Jane Lindholm reports for Vermont Public Radio.