« Back to article: After a decade, Central City Co-Op still offers colorful personalities & veggie goodness

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From left: Susy Shaprio, volunteer and local grower; Michele Corbin, co-op bookkeeper and partner of co-op; Liana Winkler, volunteer; Tiffany Tyler, chair on the co-op board of directors; Pat Greer, founder; Monika Cikart, customer; and Carolyn Lambeth, director of operations. Photo by Joel Luks
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Beautiful colors meant to inspire the most artful cooks. Photo by Joel Luks
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Wise advise. Eat your veggies. Photo by Joel Luks
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Jennifer Georgantas, from left, Cassie Georgantas and Pat Greer Courtesy of Central City Co-op
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Red okra? Nothing like a colorful bounty to stimulate the appetite. Photo by Joel Luks
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On Wednesdays, Liana Winkler puts out a sign that transforms Grace Lutheran Church into Central City Co-op. Photo by Joel Luks
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Selection of organic apples - granny smith and gala Photo by Joel Luks
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Early shoppers pick up their organic vegetable shares, a weekly bounty of mostly local produce. Photo by Joel Luks
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Offering more than produce, one can find organic grains, legumes, honey, coffee and more. Photo by Joel Luks
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I eat at least three of these a week. Photo by Joel Luks
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Crisp greens are plentiful. Photo by Joel Luks
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A fragrant selection of fruits Photo by Joel Luks
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Organic peas Photo by Joel Luks
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Volunteers unload a truck filled with organic veggies. Photo by Joel Luks