Hello from Baldwin.
I hope everyone is having a great week! We are having some pretty days, but the weather man is speaking of a few showers and much cooler temperatures by the weekend.
COVID-19 is still raging rapid through our county and our country. Seems like more than ever.
Also seems like more people are getting it that I know. I pray that it can be gotten under control. I pray for all that have had or have COVID-19. I pray that our country can come together, pray for each other and turn to God. Friends we are living in troubled times and I pray that you have everything right with our Lord and Savior Jesus.
Good news, good news!
The Madison County Farmer's Market will be open Saturday, Oct. 24 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. for its winter indoor market in the basement of Big Hill Christian Church on Goggins Lane.
Several vendors will be there with vegetables, sweets, sourdough bread and rolls, zucchini breads, pumpkin bread and banana bread, and fried apple pies, beef, pork, chicken, honey, salt rising bread, eggs, alpaca products such as gloves, and scarfs and handmade crafts and so much more.
Come and support your local farmers!
Isbell-Smith Farm Fresh Produce will be set up at the market on October 24. They will have sourdough bread and rolls, zucchini breads, pumpkin breads, banana breads, jams and jellies and fried apple pies, and handmade crafts.
We hope to see you there supporting your local farmers!
Happy birthday wishes go out next week to Jessica Morris and John Portwood (Sunday); Grayson Brenton (Monday); Jessica Hiten, Justin King and Melissa Barber (Tuesday); and Amanda Young (Wednesday).
I hope you all have very happy birthdays and many more happy ones to come.
Well, I guess that's all for now, let me know if you hear any news.
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