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“COMMUNITY”
REALLY MEANS “COMMUNITY” IN CEDAR KEY
CEDAR KEY COMMUNITY GARDEN DELIVERS ITS FIRST HARVEST TO THE CEDAR KEY FOOD PANTRY
January 14, 2016

JAN16 EileenDonna 0098xeThe Cedar Key Food Pantry’s administrator Donna Beach and financial manager Jeri Treat welcomed the Community Garden’s first small harvest from Lions Club President Eileen Bowers Thursday at the Cedar Key Food Pantry at the Cedar Key United Methodist Church.JAN 16 JeriEileen 0100xe

Arugula, other lettuces, basil, kale, and other greens were among the small harvest.  This Cedar Key Garden Club’s Community Garden contribution is another part of our  “community coming together to support the Pantry.”  “A lot is going on at the Food Pantry,”’ commented Beach.  “We are so thankful to the Lions for their ogling supply of fresh milk for years.” 

This Christmas brought the wonderful surprise of: a spaghetti dinner, a half palate of food, and a monetary donation from the folks at Cedar Key RV Resort some nine miles north of Cedar Key on State Road 24.

Beach reminds the community that items that continue to be needed are:  

Items may be dropped off at the Food Pantry at the United Methodist Church entrance on Third Street on Thursday afternoons. 

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