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Ashley Manker and Danae Gallahar of Kim’s Cafe help distribute pumpkins to decorate Front Street. Farmer Dale Sherman hauled in two loads of autumn decorations, including 40 bales of hay, 150 dried cornstalks and 200 pumpkins, all to help local merchants create a festive look in downtown Coupeville. - Elisabeth Murray
Ashley Manker and Danae Gallahar of Kim’s Cafe help distribute pumpkins to decorate Front Street. Farmer Dale Sherman hauled in two loads of autumn decorations, including 40 bales of hay, 150 dried cornstalks and 200 pumpkins, all to help local merchants create a festive look in downtown Coupeville.
— image credit: Elisabeth Murray

Ashley Manker, left, and Danae Gallahar, employees of Kim's Cafe on the Coupeville Wharf, helped members of the Coupeville Historic Waterfront Association distribute pumpkins to decorate Front Street earlier this month. Dale Sherman of Sherman’s Pioneer Produce near Coupeville hauled in two loads of autumn decorations, including 40 bales of hay, 150 dried cornstalks and 200 pumpkins, all to help local merchants create a festive look in downtown Coupeville.

 

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