APPLES OF OUR EYE

Brian McCutcheon, a fifth-generation family member at McCutcheon’s Apple Products on South Wisner Street, holds the lift gate open as a tractor-trailer begins to dump 25 tons of a variety of apples into the production hopper. The apples — which arrived from Biglerville, Pennsylvania, Monday — will be washed, sorted and processed into apple butter, juices and other products. The family business started in 1938 at the same location. McCutcheon’s has more than 30 full-time employees, including 16 family members from fourth and fifth generations, working at the plant and shop.

APPLES OF OUR EYE

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juliemayn

Great photograph, Bill! A wonderful view of Frederick at work, and fun to think of this going on just blocks from the square corner.

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