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with longer and thinner stalks and smaller florets,” staff mem- ber Kate Donahue explained.
Grouped together for individ- ual taste, these early vegetables make a great salad.
Other items available early on are local honey and maple syrup, and the farm looks forward to of- fering fresh raw milk and yogurt from Huckins Farm in nearby New Hampton, along with mushrooms from N.H. Mush- room Company of Tamworth in the very near future. The store will also offer fresh eggs and rhu- barb whenever they are available from their local partners.
When entering the Longview Farm store, people will spot a sandwich board sign that keeps
 everyone updated on what vege- tables to look for in the next week as harvesting gets underway. This year they are also inviting people to join in a fun summer raffle.
“We’ll be holding a Corn Guessing Game where peo- ple can write down their name, phone number, and the date they think the first ears of corn will be picked,” Donahue said.
Winners will be awarded with a “Baker’s Dozen” (13 ears) of the freshly picked sweet corn.
Longview Farm is located at 175 Quincy Rd. in Plymouth, just past the town airfield. They are now open from 9 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. seven days a week, and look forward to seeing everyone throughout the summer months.
For online updates on the hap- penings at the farm, please visit them at
Hazel’s Light Shines Forever
By: Donna RhoDes
BRISTOL – The New- found community is invited to join the Roy Family and Tapply-Thompson Community Center on Aug. 6 when the of- ficial grand opening celebra- tion for Hazel’s Park will take place at Wells Field, located at 100 Ayers Island Rd., just off Summer Street in Bristol. The new park has been created in memory of four-year-old Hazel Leigh Roy, who tragically passed away on Aug. 17, 2021.
Last fall, groundwork began to create a playground for chil- dren beside the ballpark, and this spring, the final touches were put in place, thanks to the hard work of Garth, owner of Northern Dirtworks, and a ded- icated team of volunteers who assembled all the playground features.
Recognizing the love and light she brought to all who knew Hazel, her parents PJ and Charlene Roy, asked that, in lieu of flowers, donations be made to TTCC to benefit other chil-
Three-year-old Elodie Roy has been enjoying time at Hazel’s Park, a newly constructed playground built in memory of her older sister Hazel Leigh Roy who passed away in a tragic accident two years ago. Grand Opening and a day filled with fun for all is coming up on August 6, beginning at
11 a.m.

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