Farmers market open for business


At precisely 3 p.m. Wednesday the Delaware Farmers Market opened to a waiting crowd of consumers. Products included for sale were plants, strawberries, jams and raw honey. Thomas Cummings of School House Jams makes a sell of jam to Christy Baker and her daughter Lilly. Cummings has been working with his grandmother, Violet, since he was four at the stand.

At precisely 3 p.m. Wednesday the Delaware Farmers Market opened to a waiting crowd of consumers. Products included for sale were plants, strawberries, jams and raw honey. Thomas Cummings of School House Jams makes a sell of jam to Christy Baker and her daughter Lilly. Cummings has been working with his grandmother, Violet, since he was four at the stand.


At precisely 3 p.m. Wednesday the Delaware Farmers Market opened to a waiting crowd of consumers. Products included for sale were plants, strawberries, jams and raw honey. Thomas Cummings of School House Jams makes a sell of jam to Christy Baker and her daughter Lilly. Cummings has been working with his grandmother, Violet, since he was four at the stand.

At precisely 3 p.m. Wednesday the Delaware Farmers Market opened to a waiting crowd of consumers. Products included for sale were plants, strawberries, jams and raw honey. Thomas Cummings of School House Jams makes a sell of jam to Christy Baker and her daughter Lilly. Cummings has been working with his grandmother, Violet, since he was four at the stand.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2017/05/web1_DSC_3400F.jpgAt precisely 3 p.m. Wednesday the Delaware Farmers Market opened to a waiting crowd of consumers. Products included for sale were plants, strawberries, jams and raw honey. Thomas Cummings of School House Jams makes a sell of jam to Christy Baker and her daughter Lilly. Cummings has been working with his grandmother, Violet, since he was four at the stand.

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