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Farmers Market Supports Wounded Warriors

Original post made by Candyce Roberts on Sep 10, 2010

The Pleasanton Certified Farmers' Market is looking for just 82 shoppers to donate $9.11 on 9/11 to support the honor the service and sacrifice of American Armed Forces. The Farmers' Market has pledged to match community donations up to $750.00 for a total donation goal of $1,500.00. Money raised will be awarded to Freedom Alliance Scholarship Fund (501c3) providing educational scholarships to children whose parents have been killed or permanently disabled while serving in the military. Donations will be accepted under the "Road Warriors 2010" banner from 9 am-1pm at the Farmers' Market on Angela Street. For more information contact John Silveria, director of PCFMA at 925-825-9090 or Candyce Roberts 925-600-0664.

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Posted by Candyce Roberts, a resident of Downtown
on Sep 10, 2010 at 10:11 am

We will also have a "Thank A Vet" tee shirt signing so shoppers can show their appreciation for the military service of our Pleasanton Farmers' Market director sons who have both served tours of duty in Iraq.


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