Lela and Patrick sort food in the pantry at Berry St. Salvation Army.
Saturday, March 29, 2008
Thursday, March 27, 2008
For thirty years, Second Harvest Food Bank has joined hundreds of agencies in middle Tennessee to provide nutritious meals to people across the state. These agencies, along with a small army of volunteers, and the people they serve are the stars here. It is my great pleasure to introduce them not only to you, but to each other.
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Many thanks, SA
Behind the Salvation Army, on Berry Street, there's a little plot of ground where employees and volunteers grew a garden last year. Until the drought was in full swing, they were able to pass out a few fresh vegetables along with emergency food boxes. This year, they hope to ramp it up a little bit, make the rows longer and more uniform. Before getting started, they need to find someone with a tiller and cheerful disposition.
If anyone out there knows such a person, don't hesitate to get in touch.
Esther came by the Salvation Army this afternoon with her sister. She recently celebrated a birthday and I didn't ask her if I could say how old she is so we'll just leave it at that.
She said she normally doesn't let people make her picture, but she could tell this was special.
Big Harpeth Primitive Baptist Association, Meridian & Berry St.