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Recreation section - removed from front page
Here is the content of the recreation section that I removed:
Stow is home to five golf courses including Stowaway Golf Course, Stow Acres Country Club, Wedgewood Pines Country Club, and Butternut Farms Golf Course. The Stow Acres North Course was the host of the 1995 United States Amateur Public Links Championship. Stow is also known locally for its many apple orchards, including Shelburne Farms and Honey Pot Hill Orchard. Nancy's Airfield Cafe is a cafe located off of Boxboro Rd in Stow. It has been named a "Hidden Gem" by many food critics and the Phantom Gourmet has rated their blueberry pancakes "The best in Metrowest". Stow also is home to The Stow House of Pizza.
Most of the History section is about what happened to two early settlers before the creation of Stow in 1683. There must be some other history worthy of being added to this section.David notMD (talk) 22:27, 12 January 2017 (UTC)