The first Fresh Food of the Month event for the new school year will take place Wednesday, September 21st during all K-12, lunches and it will feature fresh sweet corn grown on the Adams Family Farm. The food item is free to all students and staff with costs underwritten by the participating farmers and Southern Columbia Area's Food Service Department. This month's event will also feature a Farmer in the Classroom presentation by Mr. David Adams who will meet with all G.C. Hartman students and speak to them about agriculture and farming as a career. Students will have the opportunity to ask questions.

The Fresh Food of the Month campaign provides students and staff access to nutritious, high quality, local food. The campaign is organized by the District's Wellness Committee and helps promote the importance to good health of eating more fresh fruits and vegetables.

 

Pictured to the left is a Fresh Food of the Month poster promoting this month's featured food.

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