First Fabulous Harvest of 2022

What a day! A cool, cloudy morning and an abundant harvest then the sun shone on deliveries to two food banks. Our stalwart volunteers started at 9:00 and by 10:30 the truck was loaded and ready to go.

L-R Sarah Purdy, Carol Anne Broad, Theresa Taylor (front) Dug Nicols (rear), Cara Rodriguez and Robin Murie

First I went to North Minneapolis and volunteers at Camden Promise Food Bank took all the corn they thought they could use.

Volunteers at Camden Promise Food Bank

The truck was still half full so I called Ethan at Pillsbury United Communities in the Phillips neighborhood who said, “Come on over!” You should have seen the smiles on the volunteers’ faces as they pitched in to unload the corn. Bystanders were texting their friends to quick come and get fresh sweet corn. I was worried that there might be more than they could use but I was told, “This will be gone by 4:00!” That’s my dream: fresh picked corn on family tables the day it’s picked. Thanks to today’s volunteers: Dug Nichols, Sarah Purdy, Carol Anne Broad, Theresa Taylor and Cara Rodriguez and to the volunteers and staff at Camden Promise and Pillsbury United Communities.

Volunteers at Pillsbury United Communities help unload sweet corn

Volunteers at Pillsbury United Communities help unload sweet corn

Volunteers and staff at Pillsbury United Communities with this year’s first corn delivery

1 Comment

  1. Cara Rodriguez on August 11, 2022 at 9:08 pm

    Thank you for letting us be part of accomplishing the wonderful end result of all your planning, planting and your good community heart connections! Cara



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