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Last Call for Market Day / Fruit Pickup Thursday

Posted 7/5/2017 3:29pm by Core Committee.

Hello WSCSA members,

A few announcements:

MARKET DAY
Today is your last chance to purchase items for the July 11 Market Day. Please submit your orders and payments by tonight. Don't miss this great chance to sample other local goods! 

PLACE ORDER HERE

FRUIT SHARES
If you are a biweekly or weekly fruit share member, we were not able to cancel the first order of fruit, so it will be delivered to the Prince George CSA this Thursday, July 6. 

Their pickup is from 4:30pm and 7:30pm on Thursday at The Prince George Lobby located at:

14 E. 28th Street
(between Fifth Avenue and Madison Avenues)

If you cannot pick up your fruit at this time and location, please know that your fruit will be donated to a food pantry or composted. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. After tomorrow, fruit pickup will resume to it's normal time and place next Tuesday with the veggies. 

Thanks!

The WSCSA Core Committee
Amanda, Melinda, Molly, Natalie, Rachel & Robert

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