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Pets come out for the Farmers Market

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Hoping they’d be allowed to adopt some 5-week old mixed beagle pups, Katie Phelps, center, and her sister Bayleigh Phelps, right, talk with Bernie Phelps, hidden at left, and Belinda Foreman during Saturday’s Fayette County Farmers Market.
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Dogs mixed with vendors and shoppers at Saturday morning’s Fayette County Farmers Market. Dog owners brought their pets for a Dog Walk, showcasing services for the animals and raising money for the Fayette County Animal Shelter. Among the locally grown items for sale were large mums and plenty of fresh produce. A selection of craft items and home decor also was on display at the courthouse parking lot in the 400 block of Central Avenue.
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Ryleigh Loper makes a saleof one of the T-shirts she is selling to raise money for the Fayette County Animal Shelter. Loper, a student at Connersville High School, organized the Dog Walk. She is selling the shirts for $15 until Sept. 29, along with $5 chances on a rafflefor more than $300 in goods and services, and sells glow-in-the-dark leashes.

Pets come out for the Farmers Market