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By Carmen McFadyen I was fortunate to be raised in a small town in southwestern Kentucky. It was like Coupeville in that it was a small town isolated from large cities. It did, however, provide a safe place to “hang out” with friends.
Community Events, September 2014
It’s hard to say no to something that, on the surface, looks like such a sweet deal. Your friend offers you a car load of “extra” plants and you jump at it. The local gardening group has pots and pots of something that looks intriguing that are going for a song. What’s better than free or almost free, right?
I grew up in the 1950s in Tacoma. My mother was a modern housewife who thanked heaven every day for making her life easier with Betty Crocker cake mixes, Swanson’s TV dinners, Hamburger Helper and store-bought everything.
The Coupeville Community Green will be hopping this Saturday during the regular farmers market.
Coupeville resident Ken Pickard is pretty good at getting folks riled up. And he has every right to do so.