LOYALTON’S COUNTRY MARKET ended the season on Sunday, October 25th with a good variety of fresh produce and herbs and a great variety of pumpkins from which to choose to carve. Kids of all ages used black markers, scoopers, carving implements and went to work for some fun jack-o-lanterns! At 12:30 Bill “The Great Sparacino” took the stage and did his magic to a full house. Jack-o-lanterns were awarded 1st, 2nd and 3rd place ribbons and pumpkins were given out.
A shout out to those hard working East Sierra County Chamber of Commerce members, president Mike Welbourn, V.P. Terry LeBlanc and Treasurer Bonnie Jessee for every second and fourth Sunday setting up, organizing, selling and taking down. Major thanks go to member Pam Cawiezel, Mona Trigg, Julie Herod, Lori Wright, Tony and Carolyn, Amy Filippini, Sue Smeltzer, Rich Banks, Joy Penn and Chris Cox for their dedication in making the Market special with all their produce and handmade crafts.