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Ro-Na-themed T-shirts available at Farmers Market

Published 10:34am Thursday, June 26, 2014

The array of items sold at the Ironton Farmers Market continues to grow.

Along with the produce, fresh-baked items and homemade candy, jelly, jam, starter plants, flowers and more, will be T-shirts.

From 9 a.m.-1 p.m. on Saturday the Friends of Ironton will sell Ro-Na Theater-themed T-shirts for $20 each. The shirts are gray and feature either the new marquee or a picture of the theater with the phrase, “I got my first kiss at the Ro-Na” underneath. The word “kiss” is partially obscured with the impression of red lipstick.

Friends of Ironton board member and secretary Jane Griffith said 100 percent of the funds raised from the sale of T-shirts will go toward the ongoing Ro-Na renovation effort.

The Ohio University Southern Art Collaborative will continue its every other week “Arts at the Market” events on Saturday as well. This weekend will feature art made with bubbles.

The market opens at 7 a.m. Friday and Saturday and is sponsored by Our Lady of Bellefonte Hospital. It is located in downtown Ironton near the train depot on Second Street.

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