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Nathan Ballou: At FM2 and has already made first sale

2013-08-24 - Adair Annex Parking Lot, 424 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Barbara Armitage. Entrepreship 101 Nathan Ballou, the great-grandson of legendary Adair County Farmer Estil Ballou, has already sold 10 pumpkins this morning - before 7amCT and the Farmers Market on the Square is officially open 8am-12pm noon CT today. He's got a great selection, for decorative purposes, for pie making or to eat as a vegetable. Besides tending the store, Nathan is looking after "Pa" Phelps, his grandfather, Richard Phelps. The Farmers Market on the Square is so proud of this young entrepreneur, and hope others will follow his lead. Youth 16 and under get spaces free, on a first come, first come basis, of course. - Barbara Armitage, Market Coordinator, 270-250-2129.
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