Hope Kiwanis Club provides hospitality at Hope Farmers' Market
The rain didn’t keep market patrons away this morning as they gathered at the Hub in downtown Hope to peruse the latest in baked goods, homemade wares, and fresh locally-grown fruits and vegetables. Hope Kiwanis Club was there hosting the hospitality table and providing snacks and refreshments to visitors as well as information about their organization. 

Kiwanis Board member Jodi Perkins said she and fellow club members were excited to participate in today’s market. “We are always happy to support our local farmers and vendors in what they do,” she said. “We also thought this was a good way to meet local residents and continue to spread the word about the Kiwanis mission: helping our community’s children.” The Kiwanians passed out pamphlets listing the organization’s highlights like being a member-driven club, providing hands-on service to families, and much more. 

New to the market today was Kyle’s Kitchen with her fresh plums, and back from last year was Arnolds Farm with their produce and canned goods. Also in attendance were Silvey Farms, Salinas Farms, Solomon Farms, Reynolds Farm, and Hannah’s Berries with their fresh, locally-grown fruits and veggies, homemade wares, and baked goods. Papa’s Honey was there with his honey and pollen products and Farm on the Hill had fresh beef and freshly cut and arranged flowers. 

Join Hope Farmers’ Market every Tuesday morning at the Hub in downtown Hope from 7am to 11am.