Bittersweet Farms active with donating food and volunteers PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Tuesday, 08 July 2014 08:30
WHITEHOUSE - In 2013, Bittersweet Farms received a generous grant from the United States Department of Agriculture to expand the horticulture program.
One of the goals and outcomes of that grant has been to increase community interaction of Bittersweet participants with members of the community. Bittersweet Farms has collaborated with a local church and local food pantries to share fresh produce with low income, community members.
Participants from the Bittersweet Pemberville Transition Program volunteer at the Anthony Wayne Food Pantry, carrying groceries to cars. On average, the participants volunteer 96 hours per year at the food pantry.
Other volunteers serve a variety of projects around Whitehouse and Northwest Ohio. These collaborations with the community have built a strong sense of confidence and self-esteem for Bittersweet Farms participants who are all diagnosed with autism.

Front Page Stories

Body of BGSU student found
07/23/2014 | Sentinel-Tribune Staff
article thumbnail

A missing poster for Cory Barron, is posted on a light pole along West 6th Street in Cle [ ... ]

Chinese lanterns may have ignited fire
07/23/2014 | PETER KUEBECK, Sentinel Staff Writer
article thumbnail

File photo. A firefighter is seen near a fire engulfing a pallet yard on West Broadway S [ ... ]

Other Front Page Articles
Sentinel-Tribune Copyright 2010