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First Mainstreet Market draws large crowd

Friday, July 20, 2012

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Mainstreet Market opened up its 2012 season on the Clay County Courthouse square Thursday evening with a mix of produce vendors, artisans, dining opportunities and live music. (Above) Perry Polson, owner of Wild Wood Wood Turning in Spencer, visits with one of the event attendees. Polson was one of several area artists displaying their work for purchase at the Mainstreet Market. (Below) Greg Meeter, of Spencer, sinks his teeth into a ribeye sandwich he purchased as part of a fundraiser for Clay Central-Everly's new nature center park. The Clay County Cattlemen worked with Fareway representatives and CC-E volunteers to serve the sandwiches, chips and a drink meal. Mainstreet Market will continue into August. A photo gallery appears online at www.spencerdailyreporter.com.
(Photos by Randy M. Cauthron) [Order this photo]


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A very respectable turn out for their first night. Inspite of the heat, good to see old friends have a bite and enjoy Jack Ryan and his friends. Perry P. got first place for his fine wooden turnings, way to perry. I'll be there next week for sure.

-- Posted by A. View Point on Fri, Jul 20, 2012, at 9:20 AM


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