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Cristina Rickard and ARC of the Shoals clients Darren Tussey and Chris McCorkle work in the vegetable garden they have tended in Tusumbia. [JIM HANNON/TIMESDAILY]

TUSCUMBIA — Mike Stamps said each day when he walks through the halls of the ARC of the Shoals he sees fresh vegetables laying on a table.

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