A nice day is predicted.

The forecast for tomorrow is supposed to be about ten degrees cooler
with lower humidity. Our growers will have okra, tomatoes, squash,
cucumbers, corn, potatoes and more. There will be golden delicious,
Rome, and Granny Smith apples and Asian pears along with water melons.
Due to the drought, there will not be any peaches or cantaloupes. Our
vendors will be selling honey, fried pies, ground beef, and delicious
regular and gluten free breads and cookies. Our great Vietnam Veterans
of America will be manning a booth to assist veterans of all ages
concerning the VA; these people have a great knowledge and have a
assisted numerous people. In previous entries, I mentioned that our
church, Good Shepherd Lutheran Church’s, North Jefferson Food Pantry,
has had many people in need of food and the pantry is in need of
donated items to help restock the shelves. The needed items are listed
in earlier entries and can be dropped off at the market. Please
remember to let our sponsors know you’ve seen TriGreen Equipment,
Cantrell State Farm Insurance, and America’s First Federal Credit
Union ads in this week’s information. Remember, there’s only one more
week of operation left in the season. please come out and support out
growers and vendors; make it worthwhile that they’re out to serve you.
See you tomorrow.

Only three weeks left.

We’ll have Asian pears, Red Delicious apples, Golden Delicious apples,
and Summer Fuji apples. Due to the drought, there will no longer be
peaches for sale. We have a new baked good group, the Ability Baking
Company that employees individuals with intellectual and development
disabilities. They train and find employment for these individuals.
Last week, they had a variety of delicious gluten free cookies and
breads. As an individual that has had an intolerance of gluten for
well over thirty years, I’ve seen a great improvement in the taste of
gluten free baked goods. These baked goods are some of the best I’ve
ever had the pleasure to eat. The cost of the cookies are $1.00 each
and the banana nut bread and blueberry bread is $2.50. Please come out
and support this group. We’ll have our fried pie vendor as well as a
variety of vegetables and other fruit. For this week only, our ground
beef vendor will not be available. The Vietnam Veteran’s of America
will have their booth helping vets of all ages. We’re still taking
food items for the North Jefferson Food Pantry through Good Shepherd
Lutheran Church; the needed items are listed in earlier entries.
Please come out and support our vendors and growers.

Four more weeks to go.

We’ll have Asian pears, Red Delicious apples, Golden Delicious apples,
Summer Fuji apples, and a limited amount of peaches. We have a new
baked good group, the Ability Baking Company that employees
individuals with intellectual and development disabilities. Please
come out and support this group. We’ll have our beef vendor as well as
a variety of vegetables and other fruit. The Vietnam Veteran’s of
America will have their booth helping vets of all ages. Please come
out and support our vendors and growers.

A great day is predicted

Tomorrow is predicted to be a beautiful day. We’ll have our four
growers selling a variety of fruits and vegetables listed in previous
entries. We’ll have fried pies, olive oil and Balsamic vinegar, and
honey. Next week, we’ll have a new vendor selling pastry; more will be
mentioned next week. Please come out and support our growers and
vendors; please make it worth their effort to serve you customers. See
you tomorrow.

We still have five weeks following this one.

The weather looks like it might a nice day tomorrow. There will be
gala apples, Asian pears, peaches, water melons, cantaloupes, a
variety of vegetables, squash, tomatoes, okra, string beans,
cucumbers, potatoes, and others. There’ll be fried pies, grass fed
hamburger, and olive oil and Balsamic vinegar. Our bee keeper is
fighting a sinus problem and might not be attending. We’re still
accepting donated items for our food pantry, North Jefferson Food
Pantry. The needed items are listed in previous notes. Now that school
is open, the Gardendale Kiwanis Club will no longer do children’s
story reading. Please come out and support our growers and vendors.
See you tomorrow.

our growers and vendors.

Another great day ahead.

The weather is predicted to be a hot, and not very humid, tomorrow
and it might be to your advantage to shop early. The Gardendale
Kiwanis Club will be doing children’s story telling at 11.00 AM near
the command center for the last time; school will be open next week.
We’ll have a variety of seasonal produce, vegetables and fruit; corn,
squash, okra, tomatoes, peaches, apples, cantaloupes, watermelon, and
more. There’ll be vendors selling a variety of fried pies, honey,
eggs, and plants. As stated in previous messages, this market is a
Christian outreach to the community; likewise, Good Shepherd Lutheran
Church operates the North Jefferson Food Bank as another outreach.
There’ve been many people seeking help and the shelves are almost
bare, so the farmers market is asking for assistance from the
customers to donate the following needed items: saltine crackers,
instant grits & oatmeal, canned meat, peanut butter & jelly, ketchup,
mustard, mayo, complete pancake mix, pasta, noodles & sauce, boxed
powder milk, deluxe mac-n-cheese, mashed potato packets, toilet paper
(4 pk), instant white rice, soups (chicken noodle, tomato, vegetable),
applesauce (in jar), fruit cups, chunky soups with meat, laundry &
dish detergents, PB/cheese crackers, spaghetti O’s/ravioli,
toothpaste/deodorant, and single roll paper towels. We’d appreciate
all the help we can get, and we thank those of you that have been kind
enough to donate needed food. Please remember to let our sponsors,
America’s First Federal Credit Unit; Scott Cantrell State Farm
Insurance; and John Deer Dealer TriGreen Equipment, know you’ve seen
this. America’s First Federal Credit Union will have their mobile ATM
unit on the grounds; also, there’s an ATM unit inside the civic
center. Please come out and support our vendors and growers; see you
tomorrow.

come and support our growers and vendors.

The weather is predicted to be a hot today and it might be to your
advantage to shop early. The Gardendale Kiwanis Club will be doing
children’s story telling at 11.00 AM near the command center. We’ll
have a variety of seasonal produce, vegetables and fruit; corn,
squash, okra, tomatoes, peaches, apples, cantaloupes, watermelon, and
more. There’ll be vendors selling a variety of fried pies, honey,
eggs, and plants. As stated in previous messages, this market is a
Christian outreach to the community; likewise, Good Shepherd Lutheran
Church operates the North Jefferson Food Bank as another outreach.
There’ve been many people seeking help and the shelves are almost
bare, so the farmers market is asking for assistance from the
customers to donate the following needed items: saltine crackers,
instant grits & oatmeal, canned meat, peanut butter & jelly, ketchup,
mustard, mayo, complete pancake mix, pasta, noodles & sauce, boxed
powder milk, deluxe mac-n-cheese, mashed potato packets, toilet paper
(4 pk), instant white rice, soups (chicken noodle, tomato, vegetable),
applesauce (in jar), fruit cups, chunky soups with meat, laundry &
dish detergents, PB/cheese crackers, spaghetti O’s/ravioli,
toothpaste/deodorant, and single roll paper towels. We’d appreciate
all the help we can get, and we thank those of you that have been kind
enough to donate needed food. Please remember to let our sponsors,
America’s First Federal Credit Unit; Scott Cantrell State Farm
Insurance; and John Deer Dealer TriGreen Equipment, know you’ve seen
this. America’s First Federal Credit Union will have their mobile ATM
unit on the grounds; also, there’s an ATM unit inside the civic
center. Please come out and support our vendors and growers; see you
today.

We’re a little over the half way today

The weather is predicted to be a little on the hot side. The
Gardendale Kiwanis Club will be doing children’s story telling at
11.00 AM near the command center. We’ll have a variety of seasonal
produce, vegetables and fruit; corn, squash, okra, tomatoes, peaches,
apples, cantaloupes, watermelon, and more. There’ll be vendors selling
olive oil and balsamic vinegar, a variety of fried pies, honey, eggs,
and plants. As stated in previous messages, this market is a Christian
outreach to the community; likewise, Good Shepherd Lutheran Church
operates the North Jefferson Food Bank as another outreach. There’ve
been many people seeking help and the shelves are almost bare, so the
farmers market is asking for assistance from the customers to donate
the following needed items: saltine crackers, instant grits & oatmeal,
canned meat, peanut butter & jelly, ketchup, mustard, mayo, complete
pancake mix, pasta, noodles & sauce, boxed powder milk, deluxe
mac-n-cheese, mashed potato packets, toilet paper (4 pk), instant
white rice, soups (chicken noodle, tomato, vegetable), applesauce (in
jar), fruit cups, chunky soups with meat, laundry & dish detergents,
PB/cheese crackers, spaghetti O’s/ravioli, toothpaste/deodorant, and
single roll paper towels. We’d appreciate all the help we can get, and
we thank those of you that have been kind enough to donate needed
food. Please remember to let our sponsors, America’s First Federal
Credit Unit; Scott Cantrell State Farm Insurance; and John Deer Dealer
TriGreen Equipment, know you’ve seen this. America’s First Federal
Credit Union will have their mobile ATM unit on the grounds; also,
there’s an ATM unit inside the civic center. Please come out and
support our vendors and growers; see you today.

A beautiful day is in store

The weather is predicted to be unusually cooler than normal for
tomorrow. The Gardendale Kiwanis Club will be doing children’s story
telling at 11.00 AM near the command center. We’ll have a variety of
seasonal produce, vegetables and fruit; corn, squash, okra, tomatoes,
string beans, peaches, apples, cantaloupes, watermelon, and more.
There’ll be vendors selling muscadine juice and jelly, olive oil and
balsamic vinegar, a variety of fried pies, honey, eggs, and plants.
Due to the early hot weather, there will not be any nectarines. As
stated in previous messages, this market is a Christian outreach to
the community; likewise, Good Shepherd Lutheran Church operates the
North Jefferson Food Bank as another outreach. There’ve been many
people seeking help and the shelves are almost bare, so the farmers
market is asking for assistance from the customers to donate the
following needed items: saltine crackers, instant grits & oatmeal,
canned meat, peanut butter & jelly, ketchup, mustard, mayo, complete
pancake mix, pasta, noodles & sauce, boxed powder milk, deluxe
mac-n-cheese, mashed potato packets, toilet paper (4 pk), instant
white rice, soups (chicken noodle, tomato, vegetable), applesauce (in
jar), fruit cups, chunky soups with meat, laundry & dish detergents,
PB/cheese crackers, spaghetti O’s/ravioli, toothpaste/deodorant, and
single roll paper towels. We’d appreciate all the help we can get. We
thank those of you that have been kind enough to donate needed food.
Please remember to let our sponsors, America’s First Federal Credit
Unit; Scott Cantrell State Farm Insurance; and John Deer Dealer
TriGreen Equipment, know you’ve seen this. America’s First Federal
Credit Union will have their mobile ATM unit on the grounds; also,
there’s an ATM unit inside the civic center. Please come out and
support our vendors and growers; see you tomorrow.

Another hot day expected

The Gardendale Kiwanis Club will be doing children’s story telling at
9:30 AM near the command center. We’ll have a variety of seasonal
produce, vegetables and fruit; corn, squash, okra, tomatoes, string
beans, peaches, watermelon, and more. There’ll be vendors selling
muscadine juice and jelly, olive oil and balsamic vinegar, coffee
beans and grounds, frozen ground beef, a variety of fried pies, honey,
eggs, and plants. Unfortunately, we’ve lost our food vendor due to
poor sales. As stated in previous messages, this market is a Christian
outreach to the community; likewise, Good Shepherd Lutheran Church
operates the North Jefferson Food Bank as another outreach. There’ve
been many people seeking help and the shelves are almost bare, so the
farmers market is asking for assistance from the customers to donate
the following needed items: saltine crackers, instant grits & oatmeal,
canned meat, peanut butter & jelly, ketchup, mustard, mayo, complete
pancake mix, pasta, noodles & sauce, boxed powder milk, deluxe
mac-n-cheese, mashed potato packets, toilet paper (4 pk), instant
white rice, soups (chicken noodle, tomato, vegetable), applesauce (in
jar), fruit cups, chunky soups with meat, laundry & dish detergents,
PB/cheese crackers, spaghetti O’s/ravioli, toothpaste/deodorant, and
single roll paper towels. We’d appreciate all the help we can get. We
thank those of you that have been kind enough to donate needed food.
Please remember to let our sponsors, America’s First Federal Credit
Unit; Scott Cantrell State Farm Insurance; and John Deer Dealer
TriGreen Equipment, know you’ve seen this. America’s First Federal
Credit Union will have their mobile ATM unit on the grounds; also,
there’s an ATM unit inside the civic center. Please come out and
support our vendors and growers; see you tomorrow.