Apex High School culinary arts students Julia Wenger, Julia Rodecker and Jen Gubbins worked at the Apex Farmers Market on a Saturday last year. This year’s market is set to feature more vendors.
Apex High School culinary arts students Julia Wenger, Julia Rodecker and Jen Gubbins worked at the Apex Farmers Market on a Saturday last year. This year’s market is set to feature more vendors. THE CARY NEWS FILE PHOTO
Apex High School culinary arts students Julia Wenger, Julia Rodecker and Jen Gubbins worked at the Apex Farmers Market on a Saturday last year. This year’s market is set to feature more vendors. THE CARY NEWS FILE PHOTO

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