The weather is promising to look good

This will be our twelfth week of operation with seven more to go. We
had a great response last week until the storm hit, around noontime,
and it was nice seeing so many customers. We had a new vendor Susan
Swindal, Mama Suz Fried Pies, selling her home made fried pies; it was
obvious they’re good because she sold a lot of them. We welcomed
back Marisa Sandlin, Marisa’s Maile, selling homemade jewelry;
earrings, bracelets, anklets, necklaces, and key rings. We’ll be
welcoming Jennifer Harwell, Jennifer Harwell Art, selling alcohol free
pomegranate wine; free samples will be offered. Thom and Lou Ann
Duran, Two Fat Men Catering, will be selling their delicious Italian
meals and steak sandwiches. Cheyenne Batson, Chey’s Crunchy Crafts,
will be selling homemade soaps, lotions, bath bombs and candles. Due
to a technical problem, the America’s First Federal Credit Union
mobile ATM unit will not be available. There’ll be the normal
produce, fruits and vegetables, honey, and baked goods for sale. We
now have a special booth for veterans; members of the Viet Nam
Veterans (VVA) and United Veterans Service (UVS) will be manning the
booth along with other veterans who served honorably. At the present
time, Navy Senior Chief Petty Officer (Ret), Benny Reeves, Marine
combat veteran Jeremy Smith, Viet Nam combat veteran Joe Stahlkupp,
and new comer Bill Carter will be giving out vet-related and the
Veterans Administration (VA) information; Jeremy will be selling hand
carved wood items. Some customers have asked about the knife
sharpener, Bill Woodard, who is in his final stages of colon cancer;
at this time, please put Bill and his family in your prayers. Please
keep coming and support our growers and vendors.