WADESBORO — The Anson County Farmers Market kicked off its 2023 season on Saturday, Could 27 on the Anson County Farmers Market constructing on Freeway 52 South. Board of Commissioners Chairman J.D. Bricken, Wadesboro City Council member Steven “Chipper” Lengthy, and Anson County Chamber of Commerce consultant Melanie Countee had been available, together with many guests and distributors, for the ceremonial ribbon slicing to have fun the grand re-opening.
Leslie Lee, the market supervisor, had her daughters assist her reduce the ribbon. Fellow organizer, Angela Caraway, shared a number of phrases to thank over a dozen Anson farm households, crafters and artisans who braved the chilly and windy climate to affix out there. “All of you listed here are making it successful already….Whether or not it’s jewellery or tomato crops or pies or no matter you might have, we thanks…for making that merchandise and bringing it right here right now. That is historical past.”
The Anson County Farmers Market can be open each Saturday from 8am till 2pm till September thirtieth at 1736 US-52, Wadesboro, NC. For extra details about the market and how you can be part of it, contact Leslie Lee at 704-695-4415, [email protected], or message via the Fb web page, Anson County Farmer’s Market.