Luscious, just-picked peaches will be coming to the Palermo Community Center on August 2, 9, and 16! They will arrive on these three Fridays slightly firm for shipping, but will ripen quickly, so if you plan to process them and need several boxes, you can order them for any or all of the three dates. The boxes are still 38 lbs. for $37 or a half box for $23. They will be overnighted in from New Jersey, as they have been for the last 20 years.
These are large, freestone peaches that peel, freeze, dry, and can easily – and make a celestial jam. However, they are so delicious that they may not make it past your family’s appetites for out-of-hand eating. To order, please call Connie at 993-2294 or e-mail email@example.com.
Checks should be made payable to LCF and sent to P.O. Box 151, Palermo, ME 04354, preferably at the time the order is placed. Proceeds benefit the ongoing programs of the Palermo Community Center, which include the Palermo Food Pantry, the Evolving Communities Film Series, the Palermo Community Garden, and more. You will be called when the peaches are offloaded and sorted, so please include your phone number in your message. Thank you very much for your support!
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