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Locally grown fresh produce available

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Sitting in the shade, Kathleen Borg, works at her Locker Hook hot pads, which she also has for sale. Along with hot pads, she sells eggs, baked goods, handmade bags and United Methodist Church Cookbooks.
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A table laden with breakfast to dinner items, including cinnamon rolls, spice and baking mixes produced at Rocky Ridge Farms was attended by Curt Robertson on Saturday morning.

By Christy Porter
Managing Editor
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John Tyree with help from Elizabeth and Katherine Robertson 
was selling sweet bread to raise funds 
for his attendance at Encounter for Kids – Snowbird, 
a church camp in North Carolina.

The Licking United Methodist Church Farmers Market opened for business on Wed., May 22 providing area residents with locally produced products. The Farmers Market will continue every Wednesday and Saturday from 8 a.m. – 12 p.m. through August 17, and is located at the Methodist Church parking lot, 208 S. Main Street.
This is a valuable opportunity to purchase not only fresh vegetables and fruit, from farm to table, but also baked goods, jams, jellies, meat, plants and handcrafted items from people you likely know. The venue is free to vendors; for more information or to be a vendor, call 573-674-3686.

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Available fresh eggs and herbs along with lettuce and 
tomato plants were provided by David Smith.


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Matt Maloney had beautiful and unique woodcrafts 
displayed for purchase in addition to plants.

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Kelly Dietsch from A & K Ranch had a booth with beefalo, a beef meat with a 25 – 37% mix of bison available. This meat has less calories, cholesterol and fat that regular beef products. For more information see splitlimbbranch.com.


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