Harvest colors brighten city
Colorful fall displays adorn Fayetteville’s downtown area thanks to Main Street’s project “Harvest Corners”, its sponsors and Carolyn Caudle, who oversaw the project.
The 4-H Club of Lincoln County sponsored the northwest corner of College and Main Streets. It was created from fair entries, including hay, cornstalks, vegetables and a 4-H ribbon.
Sponsors for the Southeast corner of Elk and Market Streets were Lyon Family Farms and the Fayetteville-Lincoln County Chamber of Commerce. The display was an arrangement of cornstalks, pumpkins and hay bales around a tree.
Gardner’s Choice Concepts sponsored the corner of Market and Main Streets, and it featured an arrangement of mums, hedge apples, pumpkins and cornstalks set off by a large fern and scarecrow.
Lincoln County’s Imagination Library sponsored a display that features an old farm gate juxtaposed with hay bales, pumpkins and cornstalks. It also has an arrow-shaped, hand-painted sign that points up toward North Elk to the Fayetteville-Lincoln County Public Library.
The First Baptist Church Youth Ministry sponsored a display at the corner of Main and Washington streets. It features a rustic wooden shed, set off by an old chair, mums, pumpkins and hay bales.
A scarecrow and sunflowers accented an arrangement of cornstalks and hay bales at the corner of Main and Maple Streets. The Flower House sponsored the display.