Daleville Farmer’s Market opens

Pictured, back row, from left, are Barbara and Ronnie Aplin of Aplin Farms and Wallace Arnold of Arnold’s Honey. Pictured, middle row, from left, are Betty Arnold of Arnold’s Honey, Council member Jo Reese, chamber board member Daleville Assembly of God Senior Pastor Rev. William “Bill” Mansfield and Ham. Pictured, front row, from left, are Miss Daleville Georgia Oliver, Little Miss Daleville Cayleigh Warren, Mayor Jayme Stayton, Petite Miss Daleville Amariah Key, Future Little Miss Daleville Jayden Thomas and Teen Miss Daleville Joycelyn Tinker.

Vendors, queens and city officials celebrated the opening of the Daleville Farmer's Market on Thursday, June 6, with a ribbon cutting ceremony. The market opened to the public, offering vegetables and honey. The market, located in the empty lot across from Bojangles, will be open every Thursday until July 25 from 2-6 p.m. A vendor booth is available for $15 per day or $100 for eight weeks, according to Chamber Executive Director Kecia Ham. For any interested in being a vendor, contact the chamber at (334) 598-6331.

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