Anna Sullivan (right) and Destiny Mahony (background) help customers at the Durham Farmer’s Market on Wednesday, Aug. 6, 2014. The women work for Lyon Farms in Creedmoor, which is a participant in the farmer’s market Double Bucks program benefitting low-income residents. The yellow sign posted in the background hangs over every stall that accepts the wooden tokens that Double Bucks customers can spend at the market. Each token is worth $1.
Anna Sullivan (right) and Destiny Mahony (background) help customers at the Durham Farmer’s Market on Wednesday, Aug. 6, 2014. The women work for Lyon Farms in Creedmoor, which is a participant in the farmer’s market Double Bucks program benefitting low-income residents. The yellow sign posted in the background hangs over every stall that accepts the wooden tokens that Double Bucks customers can spend at the market. Each token is worth $1. tgrubb@newsobserver.com
Anna Sullivan (right) and Destiny Mahony (background) help customers at the Durham Farmer’s Market on Wednesday, Aug. 6, 2014. The women work for Lyon Farms in Creedmoor, which is a participant in the farmer’s market Double Bucks program benefitting low-income residents. The yellow sign posted in the background hangs over every stall that accepts the wooden tokens that Double Bucks customers can spend at the market. Each token is worth $1. tgrubb@newsobserver.com

Chapel Hill News

August 19, 2014 12:00 AM

Market’s Double Bucks program helps feed families

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