|The Journal Gazette, Sunday
Living, October 1, 2006
Larry Satek, co-owner of the winery with his wife, Pam, first hired
Tri-State University students to pick grapes but after two years ran
into problems dealing with the students' schedules.
He talked with area apple growers...[and approached the Amish about
"They want to make sure when their children go somewhere, there will be
no undesirable social influence - where the children are going,"
From 8 to 10 a.m., youths ages 13 to 20 worked at the winery during
harvest season. And while they clipped the grape clusters from the
vines, Satek says, they sang, they yodeled, they bantered with each
other and with the full-time employees. ...