Growing Hope

Pictured are representatives of local organizations that are supporting Growing Hope, formerly Foods Resource Bank. Shown left side of sign are the Rev. Tom Ketzler of the Emanuel United Methodist Church, Greg Schott of the Zion Lutheran Church, Don Kimpel of Edon Farmer’s Co-op, Jim McPike of Edgerton of Emanuel U.M. Church and kneeling, Drew Herman of Leppelmeier Farms; right side of sign, Robert Koerner of Koerner Farms, Duane Nihart of Melbern U.M. Church, Bruce Krill treasurer of Edgerton Emanuel U.M. Men and kneeling, Ray Leppelmeier representing Innovating Ag. Courtesy photo

Growing Hope sends representatives to developing, poverty stricken countries to teach them better methods of crop production, crop selection and storage facilities that insures them a better year around food supply.

In additional they are taught how to dig wells and make dams to give them a constant water supply.

It is heart warming to hear these people tell how Growing Hope has helped them.

All can be a part of this by attending a soup and pie luncheon at the Edgerton United Methodist Church for a free-will offering on Sunday, Nov. 10, from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m.

​sharon@bryantimes.com

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