Harvest colors brighten city

Harvest Corner 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.

Posted on Monday, October 21, 2013 at 4:28 pm