Articles by Cynthia Robertson
The La Mesa Adult Enrichment Center Hosted a Holiday Open House on Dec. 14. The morning was already heating up outside with temperatures reaching close to the 70’s as people lined up to get plates of cheese, sandwiches, fruit, cookies and coffee. Heads turned when about 30 boys wearing black suits, white shirts and red ties filed into the room.
Since 1992, when Marshall and Sheryl Lozier first opened Summers Past Farms, it has been the go-to place for people who want a little bit of country.
“We are enjoying the benefits of our business,” said Sheryl. “We have gotten to know our customers and so many of them have become our friends.”
And they are here to stay. A few years ago the Loziers put the property up for sale. They thought maybe they could move on.