The Farm at Cherry Hill is looking for a few hardworking people to join their team. They sell beautiful flowers and fresh blueberries at their roadside stand, as well as cherries through my family’s receiving station north of Mapleton (Johnson Farms).
The Farm at Cherry Hill is located at the end of Cherry Hill Road, which is off Center Road about a half-mile north of Peninsula Community Library. Their roadside farm stand is located at 13200 Center Road.
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I’ve written a bit about their farm and history over the years, including here and here, and the fact that my best friend, Bethany Beadle, and her family rented the house from the Giles’ when we were kids. Thus, I spent a lot of time there.
The Farm at Cherry Hill was started in 1993 by Lew and Kathleen Seibold, and in 2017, their youngest daughter, Annika, and her husband, Nathan Lorenz, moved back to the farm. It is such a joy to see that beautiful piece of land still being farmed after all these years – and with gusto! They love what they do, and it shows in every gorgeous flower and box of yummy blueberries.
From their Instagram account:
WE ARE HIRING!!
We are growing and we are looking for hardworking individuals to join our team.
Have you ever wanted to get paid to pick blueberries? Are you a self motivated, hard worker? This is the perfect job for you. We are now hiring for our summer season. Blueberry season runs from approximately Mid July to Labor Day. Full and part time positions available. Adult and Teens are welcome to apply. This can be a great summer job for a hardworking teen without tying up your whole summer, or it can bring some much needed income to others.
If you’re interested or know someone who is, check out the full job description on their website here.
And be sure to check out their farm stand this summer for beautiful flowers and fresh blueberries (can’t wait!). They also have flower subscriptions available – how cool is that?! Learn more about getting in on that sweet deal here.
(If you’ve been reading the Gazette for a while, you all know I love winter, but man, seeing these photos of cheery flowers at their farm stand is making me yearn for spring and summer!)