Fall has arrived at The Jessamine Journal
Published 9:53 am Thursday, September 5, 2019
Our fall issue of Jessamine Life Magazine is now here, and you can pick up your copy at our office before we run out.
The pages are filled with many stories of locals you don’t want to miss. Whether you know them personally or you are meeting them for the first time, our fall issue has something for everyone.
On the cover you will find Chrisman Mill Winery and Distillery. Now open again after three years, the former winery is home to a distillery and restaurant for customers to enjoy.
Our calendar of events will give you all the details you need on upcoming fall activities. From the Annual Wilmore Storytelling Festival to Spooky Time on Main, there is something for everyone to get involved in as the weather cools and the holidays inch closer.
The magazine features regular standing features, such as the Jessamine County Public Library reading list and columns from local pediatricians and pastors.
Alternative Jewelry is featured in our What’s in Store section.
There are also articles on Amber Koteras who volunteers at the local Thomson-Hood Veteran Center, Stratton Lumber Company, Bruster’s Ice Cream Parlor and Heather Podnar who relocated home after Hurricane Michael and recently released her 705th piece of artwork.
There are several fall recipes to inspire your taste buds as well from harvest punch to caramel apple cheesecake bars.
Already plotting out the winter edition, make sure you don’t miss all there is to see and read in our fall issue. We will also be spreading them far and wide throughout the county, so keep an eye out and you just may see one the next time you visit the doctor or dentist.
Drop us a line and let us know what you think, or if you have an idea for an upcoming issue, I would love to hear from you.
As always, happy reading and I hope you enjoy our fall edition.
Brittany Fuller is the community editor of The Jessamine Journal and Jessamine Life magazine. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org