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The New Sanford Community Garden Is Reborn

Sheila DiPace On March 24th the Sanford Community Garden hosted a grand re-opening celebration, complete with a ribbon cutting with Mayor Jeff Triplett, surrounded by city leaders, gardeners, volunteers and supporters, who all were thanked by garden president, Sheila DiPace. Gratitude was extended to Lowes of Sanford, Boy Scouts Troop 849, Sanford Parks and Recreation Division, supporters of the garden ...

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10 Things You Need to Know About Vegan Food

Nikki Namdar You Can Get All the Nutrients You Need One of the most frequently asked questions about veganism is, will I get all the nutrients I need? The answer is yes. If you eat a plant-based diet rich in whole foods, from greens to beans, you will load up on iron, fiber, and protein. The only supplement I suggest ...

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Sanford: The Rising Tide Lifts all Boats

Leon Konieczny Consider yourself in this situation: You have a small but highly acclaimed, successful restaurant in Sanford. It generates a successful breakfast and lunch business. But locals beg you have a dinner service. However, that’s a lot of work when you are the chef/owner and it all falls on you. But you devise a plan. What happens to you ...

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A Sanford Foodie Guide

Fortunately for us Sanfordites, Sanford has a great variety of locally owned restaurants in and near the downtown area. There is literally something for everyone within a few blocks. No excuse to go away hungry! But it all depends on what you are looking for. You can check various online services, blogs, web sites, etc., and search for restaurants by ...

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Fresh for Summer from The District

Leon Konieczny Open just over a year now, The District (Eatery – Tap & Barrel) in Historic Downtown Sanford continues to delight its patrons. When searching for a location for their restaurant concept, owners Brad Plummer and Anne McNamara knew they wanted to be in downtown Sanford. They found a historic building and did what it takes to make their ...

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