Offering fresh local fruits and veggies, baked goods, take-home meals, naturally raised Red Barn Farms meats, handcrafted items and more, Harvest by Red Barn Farms recently celebrated its Greater Greencastle Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting on the South Side of Greencastle. Owners Rick and Rhonda Woodall have a strong interest in supporting local farmers and artisans who work hard to give the Putnam County community the gift of buying close to home. Present for the ribbon cutting are (from left) Development Center Director Kristin Clary; Sue Murray; Chamber President Amy Trusty; Sandy McCloud, Eitelís; Tony Sanders, WREB; Kristi Glotzbach and Sue Furr, Harvest; Chamber Executive Director Brian Cox; Sherry Woodall, Bree Hunsicker, Gabby Wilson and Rick Woodall, Harvest; Chamber Vice President Lee Fordice; Rhonda Woodall and Wren Ames, Harvest; Tami Van Rensselaer, Development Center; Breezy Wilson, Presley Ensor, Sheridan Wilson, Darrel Woodall, Rachel Ames and Carter Ames, Harvest; and Chamber Past President Beth Flint. Harvest is located near the intersection of U.S. 231 and Veterans Memorial Highway at 614 S. Bloomington Street. Hours are 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday through Friday and from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. on Saturday. Find them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram using @harvestbyRBF or by phone at 765-301-9575.
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