We thank Paul, owner of Cut Above Lawn Care, for his generous investment in our kitchen renovations and for believing in the value of teaching people new skills. If you’d like to invest in the new kitchen equipment too, please contact Deb Hess at email@example.com. Way to go, Paul!
Free Yoga at the Farmstand beginning July 17th from 4-5 PM for everyone! Come join the fun and relaxation by learning Yoga with an instructor. Bring a water bottle and wear comfortable clothing. We have a mat for you. Just show up! Starts promptly at 4.
Project SHARE and Farmers on the Square (FOTS) are entering their fourth year of collaboration on a program to assist and encourage recipients of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Women, Infants, and Children (WIC), and Senior (and/or) Farmers Market Nutrition Program (SFMNP/FMNP) benefits (all commonly known as food stamps) to provide additional fresh, healthful,Continue reading Cumberland FRESH MATCH dollars
Join us for summer 2016’s Read and Feed Program for Kids. To many of us, summer vacation brings excitement, but others are filled with apprehension and uncertainty. Some parents do not know whether they will be able to provide their children with nutritious meals without the free school breakfast and lunch program. As a community,Continue reading On Your Mark, Get Set, READ!
For seniors living on a limited budget and for families facing financial misfortune, taking care of a beloved pet can be financially strenuous. Sometimes, the pet will become undernourished or the owner will go without food for themselves in order to feed their pet. The Carlisle Area Dog Parks Association is teaming up with ProjectContinue reading You can help our community’s hungry pets
When planning your gardens this year, please consider planting a row to help end hunger and provide healthy food for our neighbors in need. It’s a wonderful way to grow with us and share your blessings this growing season. To learn more, contact our Grow a Row coordinator Steve Kuhn at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 717-249-7773.Continue reading Grow a Row