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Hope Rotary Club hosting hospitality table at Farmer’s Market with FREE vaccinations

The hospitality table for this week’s Farmer’s Market in Hope was hosted by the Hope Rotary Club where guests could stop by for a hot cup of coffee, a friendly hello and sign up for a chance to win the weekly giveaway basket full of local produce and homemade and handmade goods.

The farmer’s market this week also included a COVID-19 vaccination table where anyone who is still unvaccinated can get the one-time dose vaccination by Johnson & Johnson for free when they stop by.

Carolyn Spencer with Carolyn’s Kitchen, who brought an assortment of freshly baked breads and other goods, Fern Dixon with Aunt Fern’s Fried Pies, who brought freshly made fried pies (apple, chocolate, coconut, peach and strawberry), Stacy Womack with Farm on the Hill, who brought farm raised beef, Terry and Grace Kirkpatrick with Hannah’s Berries, who brought blackberries, tomatoes, peppers, eggplant and cucumbers. Tricia Salinas with Salinas Farm, who brought blackberries, cucumbers, yellow squash, zucchini, red tomatoes, green tomatoes, jellies and local raw honey, Lynn Arnold with Arnold Farm, who brought tomatoes, onions, squash and cucumbers, Patricia Rhoads with Bright Family Farm, who brought yellow squash and zucchini, Mark and Dana Silvey with Silvey Farm, who brought green beans, potatoes, zucchini, squash, kale, farm fresh eggs, and baked goods including cinnamon rolls, zucchini bread, banana nut bread, brownies and homemade dinner rolls, and Joseph Barry with The Mint Man, who brought chocolate mint sugar cookies, potted chocolate mint, an evergreen bunching onion and possibly carrots, were all in attendance this week.

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