Farmers Mkt produce-ing homegrown produce


Mike Ullery | Daily Call Roxana Chesser of Piqua, right, purchases fresh sweet corn from Burns Produce of Piqua during the Mainstreet Piqua Farmer’s Market on Thursday. Lorna Swisher, director of Mainstreet Piqua announced that Piqua Farmer’s Market vendors are now able to accept Ohio Direction Card (Food Stamps) as payment for fresh produce and vegetables. Swisher said that the new payment option gives those who are on food stamp programs the option to shop the Market for fresh, locally-grown, and competitively-priced products. The Mainstreet Piqua Farmer’s Market is held every Thursday thru Sept. 14, from 3:30 - 6:30 p.m.on High Street in front of the Piqua Public Library.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call Roxana Chesser of Piqua, right, purchases fresh sweet corn from Burns Produce of Piqua during the Mainstreet Piqua Farmer’s Market on Thursday. Lorna Swisher, director of Mainstreet Piqua announced that Piqua Farmer’s Market vendors are now able to accept Ohio Direction Card (Food Stamps) as payment for fresh produce and vegetables. Swisher said that the new payment option gives those who are on food stamp programs the option to shop the Market for fresh, locally-grown, and competitively-priced products. The Mainstreet Piqua Farmer’s Market is held every Thursday thru Sept. 14, from 3:30 - 6:30 p.m.on High Street in front of the Piqua Public Library.


Mike Ullery | Daily Call

Roxana Chesser of Piqua, right, purchases fresh sweet corn from Burns Produce of Piqua during the Mainstreet Piqua Farmer’s Market on Thursday. Lorna Swisher, director of Mainstreet Piqua announced that Piqua Farmer’s Market vendors are now able to accept Ohio Direction Card (Food Stamps) as payment for fresh produce and vegetables. Swisher said that the new payment option gives those who are on food stamp programs the option to shop the Market for fresh, locally-grown, and competitively-priced products. The Mainstreet Piqua Farmer’s Market is held every Thursday thru Sept. 14, from 3:30 – 6:30 p.m.on High Street in front of the Piqua Public Library.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call Roxana Chesser of Piqua, right, purchases fresh sweet corn from Burns Produce of Piqua during the Mainstreet Piqua Farmer’s Market on Thursday. Lorna Swisher, director of Mainstreet Piqua announced that Piqua Farmer’s Market vendors are now able to accept Ohio Direction Card (Food Stamps) as payment for fresh produce and vegetables. Swisher said that the new payment option gives those who are on food stamp programs the option to shop the Market for fresh, locally-grown, and competitively-priced products. The Mainstreet Piqua Farmer’s Market is held every Thursday thru Sept. 14, from 3:30 – 6:30 p.m.on High Street in front of the Piqua Public Library.
https://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2017/07/web1_072717mju_piquamainstreet_farmersmarket.jpgMike Ullery | Daily Call Roxana Chesser of Piqua, right, purchases fresh sweet corn from Burns Produce of Piqua during the Mainstreet Piqua Farmer’s Market on Thursday. Lorna Swisher, director of Mainstreet Piqua announced that Piqua Farmer’s Market vendors are now able to accept Ohio Direction Card (Food Stamps) as payment for fresh produce and vegetables. Swisher said that the new payment option gives those who are on food stamp programs the option to shop the Market for fresh, locally-grown, and competitively-priced products. The Mainstreet Piqua Farmer’s Market is held every Thursday thru Sept. 14, from 3:30 – 6:30 p.m.on High Street in front of the Piqua Public Library.