Downtown’s just peachy keen


Wednesday afternoon’s Farmers Market in Delaware drew a large crowd long before the bell rang at 3 p.m. signaling the start of sales. Cheryl the Peach Lady filled a couple of tables with small boxes of fresh peaches from Licking County. After the bell rang, she had several buyers flocking to her table once they saw the fruit.

Wednesday afternoon’s Farmers Market in Delaware drew a large crowd long before the bell rang at 3 p.m. signaling the start of sales. Cheryl the Peach Lady filled a couple of tables with small boxes of fresh peaches from Licking County. After the bell rang, she had several buyers flocking to her table once they saw the fruit.


D. Anthony Botkin | The Gazette

Wednesday afternoon’s Farmers Market in Delaware drew a large crowd long before the bell rang at 3 p.m. signaling the start of sales. Cheryl the Peach Lady filled a couple of tables with small boxes of fresh peaches from Licking County. After the bell rang, she had several buyers flocking to her table once they saw the fruit.

Wednesday afternoon’s Farmers Market in Delaware drew a large crowd long before the bell rang at 3 p.m. signaling the start of sales. Cheryl the Peach Lady filled a couple of tables with small boxes of fresh peaches from Licking County. After the bell rang, she had several buyers flocking to her table once they saw the fruit.
https://www.delgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2017/08/web1_DSC_4445.jpgWednesday afternoon’s Farmers Market in Delaware drew a large crowd long before the bell rang at 3 p.m. signaling the start of sales. Cheryl the Peach Lady filled a couple of tables with small boxes of fresh peaches from Licking County. After the bell rang, she had several buyers flocking to her table once they saw the fruit. D. Anthony Botkin | The Gazette

D. Anthony Botkin may be reached at 740-413-0902 or on Twitter @dabotkin.

D. Anthony Botkin may be reached at 740-413-0902 or on Twitter @dabotkin.