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Yemma Farm holds ribbon cutting ceremony
Ryder Barnhart helps his aunt, Lisa Yemma, to cut the ribbon officially opening Yemma Farm. Dozens of well-wishers attended the March 19 celebration, featuring music by Saddle Up, in spite of chilly, wet weather. Also with Yemma are Whiteville Mayor Terry Mann, more members of Yemma’s family and Chamber of Commerce and Tourism chair Heath Nance, County Commissioner Chris Smith, Southeastern Community College President Chris English and chamber president Jennifer Holcomb.
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