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Food Bank of El Dorado County to bring free Farmers Market to Green Valley Church

The Food Bank of El Dorado County, in partnership with California Emergency FoodLink will provide its second free Farmers Market of the season at 9 a.m. on Friday, Aug. 26, at Green Valley Community Church in Placerville. Green Valley Community Church is located at 3500 Missouri Flat Road in Placerville.

Join us the Food Bank for this Free Farmer’s Market that will provide fresh, nutritious produce to El Dorado County residents who are currently in need of emergency food assistance. This outreach is a collaborative effort between the Food Bank of El Dorado County and California Emergency Foodlink of Sacramento. To meet the demanding needs in current tough economic times, both the Food Bank and  Foodlink have reached out to growers from as far away as the Central Valley this season to acquire a great quantity of quality produce that will be distributed in three different regional events over the next two months.

For more information on this first free Farmers Market of the season visit foodbankedc.org or call Mike Sproull  at the Food Bank at (530) 621-9950.

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