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As most businesses across the country turned to online ordering to conduct sales, Annie’s Clark Brunch took a more personal approach instead: snail mail.


© Tom Matthews | tmatthews@masslive.com/masslive.com/TNS
As most businesses across the country turned to online ordering to conduct sales, Annie’s Clark Brunch took a more personal approach instead: snail mail.



a person sitting at a table in a room: As most businesses across the country turned to online ordering to conduct sales, Annie’s Clark Brunch took a more personal approach instead: snail mail.


© Tom Matthews | tmatthews@masslive.com/masslive.com/TNS
As most businesses across the country turned to online ordering to conduct sales, Annie’s Clark Brunch took a more personal approach instead: snail mail.

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There are not many instances where Annie Jenkins, who has owned Annie’s Clark Brunch on Main Street in Worcester for 34 years, is not busy busting her butt attending to everyone around her — mainly customers and family.

The award-winning short-order cook has an uncommon talent of churning out breakfast and lunch staples at an incredibly fast rate, all the while remaining jovial and unflustered, for the most part. If

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