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Elizabeth Jones, RN. at Summit Manor - early at FM2

2014-05-31 - Adair Annex, 424 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo CM staff photo. FM2 Vendors know that all's well when Elizabeth Jones, RN at Summit Manor arrives even before the 8amCT opening. She comes Saturday mornings after getting of work at Summit Manor, as she did this morning, Saturday, May 31, 2014. She remembers how her Grandfather, Talbott would come to the Square on Saturdays and trade knives. Her grandmother was once postmaster at Glens Fork, KY. The Booher family home is still in the family. Her mother Shirley Booher, still lives there. The Buy Local burlap shoulder bag came from the market. It's sold by Lisa Blackaby of Blackaby Hill Farm who makes them and sells them at her booth, along with fresh duck and hen eggs. In the bag, already, was one of her favorite FM2 products, a carrot cake made by Caitlin Helm of Lonely Acres Farm. - EW
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