Valentine's Day Treat

Photos by Marlena Sloss/The Herald
Tessa Ginder, 7, smiles at Mark Bramlett, both of Jasper, as he hands her a muffin at The Mad Batter today in Jasper. Mad Batter owner Catherine Bramlett of Jasper said Valentine's Day is one of the busiest days of the year.

 

Co-workers Amanda Hoesli of Santa Claus and Rick Kempa of Grandview enjoy coffee and a pastry at The Mad Batter in Jasper on Friday. The two go to the bakery every week and on Friday came to people watch because of the Valentine's Day rush.

 

 

 

Shanda Haulk of Jasper scoops nutella no-bake cookies at The Mad Batter in Jasper on Friday.



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