American Legion celebrates 28 years of hosting farmers market

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The American Legion Post 795 celebrated 28 years of farmers markets in 2022.
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SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. —  Last week, organizers Jim and Lois Coalwell and American Legion Post 795 members celebrated the conclusion of the 28th year of the South Lake Tahoe Farmers Market. 

“We wish to thank Jim and Lois for their generosity and support for Post 795,” said American Legion Auxiliary Secretary, Sandy McKnight. “Together we’ve coordinated nearly three decades of produce sales and more for our community. We look forward to next year.” 

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