Here you will find all the information, backstory, and current story about our store.
But First! The important info so you can find us:
10am – 6pm Monday thru Friday
9am – 4pm on Saturdays.
Closed Sundays. Even though we could make buckets of money. Because we know people want to shop after church. But we all have families. So shop on Saturday when we are open all day!!!
275 N. Division St.
Woodhull, Illinois 61490
We are on the “main street” of Woodhull. Nestled between Genisio’s Bar & Grill and that brick building on the corner. We are directly across the street from Farmer’s Bank and the Woodhull Locker.
The store is set back a little – but you can’t miss us. (I promise this was on purpose! We have some plans for the future in that space)
If you are coming from 74 – you will take exit 32 towards Woodhull/Alpha. Go right towards Woodhull. Turn onto the main street (N. Division)
309.334.3663 store 408.507.6476 stephanie 563.320.6633 roxi
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Feed Your Family. Create Community. A local grocery dedicated to Community and Real Food. With one focus on products that support local growers, farmers, and producers; and the other focus on Community. Decorated in a warm, welcoming atmosphere, shoppers will be able to find seasonal, locally grown produce, raised and locally butchered meat, as well […]
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