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You may get your grub from a food bank, but that doesn’t mean you must rely strictly on canned beans and boxes of macaroni. The Abingdon-based Appalachian Sustainable Development’s food-access program, “Healthy Families-Family Farms” [HFFF], is now raising money to buy fresh vegetables from local farmers to help fill empty stomachs.
BRISTOL, Tenn. — New Year’s resolutions do not surface in the Bible. But a collection of words on a sign in front of South Bristol United Methodist Church on Southside Avenue in Bristol, Tennessee, contains a profound yet simple way to a new beginning. “GOD GIVES FRESH STARTS,” the sign says. “FIND HIS LOVE HERE." Dawning of a new year offers a chance to start anew.
Matthew Dobson, manager of the Boone Street Market in Jonesborough, will discuss the positive aspects of growing and consuming local foods on …