Whitesburg KY

Black Sheep dining room to open to limited customers


BIRTHDAY — Charles Meade of Jenkins recently celebrated his 76th birthday. He and his brothers, Benjamin and Curtis, are the sons of the late Boyd and Alma Meade.

BIRTHDAY — Charles Meade of Jenkins recently celebrated his 76th birthday. He and his brothers, Benjamin and Curtis, are the sons of the late Boyd and Alma Meade.

Check out our websites: www.blacksheepbrickoven.org and www.hemphillcenter.org, and on our Facebook pages, please.

A new video about Black Sheep Bakery was posted on Freethink.com recently. Watch it when you can, please, or watch it on Youtube. We sound country as cornbread. Maybe that’s because we are.

This is the link: www.youtube.com/watch?v=IbK7edxgEdI.

We just got a shipment of T-shirts and aprons. If you are interested you can go our merch page on the Black Sheep website above.

We are opening up our dining room to limited seating this coming week. Social distancing will be a must and masks must be worn by customers and staff also. Obviously you cannot eat while wearing a mask but when moving about within the dining space health department guidelines deem it necessary. Thank you for your co-operation.

We will also still be doing carry-out and curbside for those who are sheltering in place. You may walk in to pick out what you want and then return to your vehicle to wait and we will carry out to you curbside when your order is completed. You may pay over the phone and call then you are close for curbside also. We are concerned with safety so whatever we can do to keep our crew safe and our customers safe we will do it.

We appreciate the community rallying around us. Thanks for your support.

We posted a flyer on Facebook for the summer feeding program. We will partner with CANE Kitchen, Cowan Community Center, and other Letcher County Culture Hub partners to try to make sure the children are fed this summer. If you have children in your family who are 18 and under, get on Facebook, find that link, and register please. Food will be delivered for pick up in your community. We will be posting as soon as the food gets to our place. If you signed up for Hemphill Community Center you will pick it up there. Thanks!

Don’t forget if you want to ensure you get what you need, please call and place an order with us by Monday evening the week you need it. That way we will have a heads up and can plan our week for maximum efficiency to make your request. We want our products to be fresh so we do not make things days ahead. We do not use preservatives therefore we cannot make things much ahead. Our GMO-free products are made by hand the ancient way. Our breads and pastries take all day to make. Many of them are made from fermentation methods that take 24 hours or more.

Holiday mornings we will always be open from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. to allow folks to pick up special orders and things we have on hand. Please do not try to order online. We cannot check messages if we are really busy. Call (971) 867-4337 to order please. If there is no answer, call back please. We do not have call waiting. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Weekly Quote: If you want to tap into what life has to offer, let love be your primary mode of being, not fear. Fear closes us down and makes us retreat. It locks doors and limits opportunities.

Love is about opening to possibilities. Seeing the world with new eyes. It widens our heart and mind. Fear incarcerates, but love liberates. John Mark Green

Stay safe and sound! We will make it through this with the help of God and our leaders. Cooperation and extreme care are what it takes. See you soon!

A merry heart doeth good like a medicine: but a broken spirit drieth the bones. Proverbs 17:21-23

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