Ronan Farmers Market season opener

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  • SARA ASHLEY kneads dough while making fry bread during the first Ronan Farmers Market of the 2019 season while attending her Mary Kaye Cosmetics booth.

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    UNDER THE watchful eye of his wife, Mary, Rusty Carl carefully carves a delicious lemon cornmeal cake at the Farmers Market booth. Their business is Home on the Range Pies, now in their 10th year, out of Ronan.

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    BILL HOUCK of Ronan displayed quite an array of handmade jewelry at his booth last Thursday. The items are made of deer and elk horns, sea glass, bone beads and much more. He also has fractal burn wood.

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    ZACH JOHNSON of Ronan brought some of his best organic bread to the farmers market. He is the owner of Crow’s View Organic Farm. Above, Johnson shows his best sourdough bread and rhubarb.

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    YOUNGSTERS LISTED their five favorite fruits at the POP Club booth in order to earn a token to spend at the Ronan Farmers Market. Completing their list, from left, are Parker Nolen, and Paisly and Novalii Corum.

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    POP STANDS for Power of Produce, and that was the emphasis during the first Ronan Farmers Market of the 2019 season last Thursday, May 16. The market period of 4 to 7 p.m. gave youngsters an opportunity to win “tokens” they could use at vendors at the market on the grass behind the Ronan Visitors Center. According to market organizer Brianna Ewert, the Lake County Community Development Corporation received a federal grant to make the POP program possible. Pictured above are Hadassah and Noah Ison, and Elise Cantlon. Holding the banner is Mary Ann Ewert. (Joe Sova photos/Lake County Leader)

  • SARA ASHLEY kneads dough while making fry bread during the first Ronan Farmers Market of the 2019 season while attending her Mary Kaye Cosmetics booth.

  • 1

    UNDER THE watchful eye of his wife, Mary, Rusty Carl carefully carves a delicious lemon cornmeal cake at the Farmers Market booth. Their business is Home on the Range Pies, now in their 10th year, out of Ronan.

  • 2

    BILL HOUCK of Ronan displayed quite an array of handmade jewelry at his booth last Thursday. The items are made of deer and elk horns, sea glass, bone beads and much more. He also has fractal burn wood.

  • 3

    ZACH JOHNSON of Ronan brought some of his best organic bread to the farmers market. He is the owner of Crow’s View Organic Farm. Above, Johnson shows his best sourdough bread and rhubarb.

  • 4

    YOUNGSTERS LISTED their five favorite fruits at the POP Club booth in order to earn a token to spend at the Ronan Farmers Market. Completing their list, from left, are Parker Nolen, and Paisly and Novalii Corum.

  • 5

    POP STANDS for Power of Produce, and that was the emphasis during the first Ronan Farmers Market of the 2019 season last Thursday, May 16. The market period of 4 to 7 p.m. gave youngsters an opportunity to win “tokens” they could use at vendors at the market on the grass behind the Ronan Visitors Center. According to market organizer Brianna Ewert, the Lake County Community Development Corporation received a federal grant to make the POP program possible. Pictured above are Hadassah and Noah Ison, and Elise Cantlon. Holding the banner is Mary Ann Ewert. (Joe Sova photos/Lake County Leader)

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