Freezing farmer’s market

April 26, 2013 

Temperatures fell below freezing April 24, making a chilly morning for the handful of vendors who came to the Downtown Lee’s Summit Farmers Market. Carrie Nichols and her daughter Audrey, 18 months, bundled against the cold as they sold with Nichols’s father Stanley Schrock. They barely needed a cooler for the chemical-free ground beef from Timberline Farm at Garden City. They also take orders for whole beefs or portions and arrange the processing for customers.

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