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Productive with produce

Arianna Calhoun 11, right, watches her grandmother Maryanne Calhoun 74, both of Brooksville, on how to slice slice red bell peppers at B2 Produce stand that is owned  her son Booker T. Blount located on Wiscon Road west of Brooksville on Wednesday, June 11, 2014. Calhoun says she loves meeting people who enjoys buying fresh produce.

OCTAVIO JONES | Times

Arianna Calhoun 11, right, watches her grandmother Maryanne Calhoun 74, both of Brooksville, on how to slice slice red bell peppers at B2 Produce stand that is owned her son Booker T. Blount located on Wiscon Road west of Brooksville on Wednesday, June 11, 2014. Calhoun says she loves meeting people who enjoys buying fresh produce.

OCTAVIO JONES | Times

Arianna Calhoun, 11, of Brooksville watches Wednesday as her grandmother, Maryanne Calhoun, 74, demonstrates how to slice red bell peppers at the B2 Produce stand that is owned by her son, Booker T. Blount. The stand is located on Wiscon Road west of Brooksville. The elder Calhoun, also of Brooksville, says she loves meeting people who enjoy buying fresh produce.

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