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Friday, May 13, 2022

Family selling fresh fruit and vegetables on County Road 466 in Lady Lake

A family is selling fresh fruit and vegetables on County Road 466 at Rolling Acres Road in Lady Lake.

Buddy Winn Jacob Winn and Megan Winn from left at their stand
Buddy Winn, Jacob Winn and Megan Winn, from left, at their stand on County Road 466.
Customers lined up Friday afternoon for peaches sweet corn watermelon and other assorted fruits and vegetables.
Customers lined up Friday afternoon for peaches, sweet corn, watermelon and other assorted fruits and vegetables.

The Winn family recently filed a seasonal vendor application with the town of Lady Lake. They will be operating the stand through Aug. 6, according to the Town of Lady Lake.

The stand will be operating on weekends from 10 a.m. until later in the afternoon.

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