DUNN’S FARM MARKET DONATES HALF-TON OF FRUITS AND VEGETABLES; AVAILABLE TO ANYONE AT TAMAQUA SALVATION ARMY

Pictured are Steve Dunn, left, and Bret Bachert.
Pictured are owner Steve Dunn, left, and worker Bret Bachert. Not pictured is co-owner Valarie Dunn.

UPDATE: As of 10:30 AM, most of the donations are gone.


Owners of Dunn’s Farm Market in South Tamaqua have donated about a half-ton of perishable fruits and vegetables to the Tamaqua Salvation Army. Since the items are perishable, anyone, no matter your income, is encouraged to stop by the Salvation Army, 105 West Broad Street, today (Friday, November 6, 2015) between 10 AM and 7 PM to received items.
Items include apples, fairytale pumpkins, spaghetti squash, apple cider, onions, potatoes, broccoli, cauliflower, Italian cauliflower, daikon radishes, peppers, squash and other items.
Salvation Army volunteers picked up four truck/van loads of donated items from Dunn’s Farm Market yesterday. Fairytale pumpkins and apples will be restocked early next week.
Everyone is reminded that ANYONE may stop and receive items, no matter of income, adding that their is a very short shelf live on the items.
Due to the short life shelf of the items, no items will be held or delivered. First come, first serve.
For more information, call 570-668-1234.

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