Monthly Archives: September 2017

Two weeks to go

We have only two more weeks for this season. Lately, we’ve had very
poor customer attendance, so a couple of the vendors have found it not
worth their time to attend; however, we will have the growers selling
their produce. There will be baked goods such as a variety of breads,
cookies, and pocket pies, jams and jellies, hot dog vendor, and honey.
America’s First Federal Credit Union will have their mobile ATM
available. Next week, our last, the knife sharpener will be with us
sharpening knives, lawn mower blades, and other garden tools. Please
remember to do business with our three sponsors, TriGreen Equipment,
Scott Cantrell State Farm Insurance, and America’s First Federal
Credit Union; let them know you saw this memo.

Two more weeks left

After tomorrow, we have two more weeks before ending the season. Due
to the drought followed by the monsoon, the peaches have been
harvested for the season; watermelons will be plentiful. At the
present time, we’ll have kettle corn, jams and jellies, baked bread,
cookies, fried pies, and a good variety of vegetables. Tomorrow, we
have a new food vendor, Two Fat Men Catering, Inc. selling the menu
below:
Plates
Lasagna and salad $ 8.00
Mozzarella Chicken and salad $ 8.00
Spaghetti and salad $ 8.00
Grilled chicken and salad $ 8.00
Pot roast w/mashed taters and veggies $ 10.00
Sandwiches
Meatball sandwich $ 6.00
Mozzarella chicken sandwich $ 6.00
Chips $ 1.00
Catherine’s gourmet cheese cake $ 5.00
All plates come with garlic bread
We hope to see a good crowd tomorrow so our growers and vendors can
sell their items. Most of these people travel a good distance to serve
the citizens, and we ask that you support them. See you tomorrow.

We’re back!

We’ll be open today; however, we’ll be limited with our growers
and vendors for various reasons.