The Hope Kiwanis Club joined the Hope Farmers' Market this morning to provide hospitality to market patrons, and club members provided refreshments and snacks for passersby, as well as information about their organization. Kiwanis President Charlotte Bradley said she and fellow Kiwanians were excited to be at the market today. "We are a volunteer organization and our main focus is supporting the youth in our community," Bradley said. "Being at the Farmers' Market is a great way to show support; plus, this is our way to let the community now who we are, what we do, and find out of there are things we can do to support other programs."
Also in attendance at the market today was Farm on the Hill with fresh locally-raised beef, Papa's Honey with honey and pollen products, Young Sprouts with flowers and plants, Aunt Fern with her fried pies, and the Mint Man with his mint plants. Carolyn's Kitchen, Arnold Farms, Reynold's Farm, and Silvey Farms were also on the scene with a variety of baked goods, homemade wares, and fresh, locally-grown produce.
The Hope Farmers' Market takes place Tuesday mornings at the Hub in downtown Hope from 7am to 11am.