Growing Hope luncheon is Nov. 8

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Two years ago, Foods Resource Bank changed its name to Growing Hope, but the mission is the same. Over the years, the organization has had many contributors including: Edon Farmers Co-op, John Deere, Innovative Ag Supply, Tri-State Growers Supply, and all who attend the organization’s annual Soup & Pie Luncheon. Growing Hope invites the community to this year’s Soup & Pie Luncheon, set for 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 8, at the Edgerton United Methodist Church, 307 N. Michigan Ave., Edgerton. Cost is a freewill donation and there will be room for attendees to social distance and spread out between two fellowship halls. Pictured here are Lutheran Pastor Chris Sigmon, Robert Koerner (Methodist owner of the field), Ray Leppelmeier (Lutheran farmer of the field) and Pastor Ned Adams of Edgerton/Emanuel United Methodist churches.

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