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Editorial: Farmers Market

Posted: April 2, 2018 2:41 p.m.
Updated: April 3, 2018 1:00 a.m.

The Kershaw County Farmers Market opens this Saturday for the 2018 season and we are happy to report it will be coming back to downtown Camden.

The market has purchased a property at 906 Broad St., and future plans call for ADA accessible restrooms to be built later this year, as well as a permanent pavilion structure by the 2019 season.

It is a dream realized for the Farmers Market, which started downtown behind Commerce Alley, then later moved to Historic Camden. While market officials are quick to point out that both partnerships were good experiences, they nonetheless feel that having a home of their own is ultimately best for the market.

We hope to see the market continue to thrive and grow. It is a good thing for the community and we expect it will be not only a good draw for downtown Camden but will ultimately lead to more exciting events and developments for downtown Camden and Kershaw County.

Congratulations and best of luck!


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