Country Gardens | Couple Gives Business to Non-Profit Hiring Developmentally Challenged
Country Gardens was founded by Richard “Dickie” Roby in 1985 as a family owned retail business offering primarily fresh fruits and vegetables. It has, over the years, grown into a robust operation providing a wide variety of food products, plants, flowers, garden accessories, as well as country hams and sausage prepared onsite.
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Couple Gives Business to Non-Profit Hiring Developmentally Challenged

This holiday season will be Clarissa Gordon’s last as owner of Roby’s Country Gardens in Bardstown. The store is filled with essentials and snacks, and Christmas trees wait to be bought outside. It will have new management soon, as the owners ride off into their golden years.

Gordon and her husband Dick Roby are retiring after over 30 years in the business. Naturally they thought about selling their prime real estate on Bloomfield Road, but then members of a local non-profit had another idea.

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