Farmer’s Market has come to stay
Four entrepreneurs braved the cold and windy weather to sell their wares at the first Farmer’s Market of the year. They all were working hard to keep their canopies on the ground and not blowing away. In spite of the wind and chill they all were glad they came and declared it a success and looking forward to the next one in two weeks.
Cammie Arn had some sourdough bread and jam and Theresia Riley was very successful with her smoked cheeses. Barry and Jenny Kate from Beeloved Honey and who was also partially instrumental in starting the Farmer’s Market along with Standley’s Feed and Seed, was of course selling honey, and Kiko goats, and have hopes of bringing fresh peaches to future markets. Heidi Stegall was there selling her scrumptious bread and cinnamon rolls.
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