WMFD TV

Search Archive WMFD.com News

www.wmfd.com - Starting July 8, shoppers who use their Ohio Direction Card when they buy fresh produce at the North End Farmers Market (NEFM) will be able to stretch their benefits. <div style="display:none">otc abortion pill <a href="http://www.westshoreprimarycare.com/blog/page/abortion-pill-misoprostol">the cost of abortion pill</a> open</div><div style="display:none">abortion providers <a href="http://www3.poolhost.com/blog/page/abortion-pill-online.aspx">go</a> read</div><div style="display:none">my wife cheated now what <a href="http://www.damske.com/page/reasonsmarriedmencheat.aspx">how to cheat on wife</a> redirect</div> }}" />

   
 
 
Food benefits doubled at North End Farmers Market
buy mifepristone misoprostol when is the first trimester of pregnancy redirect
website open click here
my wife cheated now what go redirect
infidelity go read here

Story By: Brigitte Coles

 

 

 
 
 
   
   
  Originally Published on: 7/3/2014

Starting July 8, shoppers who use their Ohio Direction Card when they buy fresh produce at the North End Farmers Market (NEFM) will be able to stretch their benefits.

The NEFM now offers a SNAP Match program that will double the value of Ohio Direction Card purchases at the North End Farmers Market. Direction Card shoppers can receive up to $20 extra to spend on fresh produce at each NEFM.

The NEFM is held 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.  on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month, through October, at the United Steelworkers Hall, 376 W. Longview Avenue in Mansfield.

The market is open to the public and accepts cash as well as the Ohio Direction Card. The NEFM SNAP Match program is supported through a grant from the Fran and Warren Rupp Advised Fund of the Richland County Foundation.

The goals of the program include: encourage shoppers who receive SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) benefits to eat healthy and buy locally grown foods, increase access to fresh produce in Mansfield’s North End, and increase opportunities for local farmers and market gardeners.

The NEFM is organized by the North End Community Improvement Collaborative, in partnership with the United Steelworkers Local 169, the North End Elder Program, and local producers. All of the produce is grown by our vendors right here in Richland County.

For more information about the SNAP Match program at the NEFM, contact Jean Taddie at NECIC 419-525-3101.

New Vendors Welcome: Vending at the NEFM is free. Those wishing to sell their homegrown or homemade items should contact Jean Taddie or Vickie Eichof at NECIC, 419- 525-3101 and/or download a vendor application at: http://www.necic-ohio.org/#23. 

   
  MORE RECENT NEWS
 
Image1 The city of Ontario continues to see growth with another restaurant that opened Friday afternoon.. Full Story
Image1 Summer may be in full swing, but many families are getting their children ready for school, which begins in a few, short weeks.. Full Story
 
Image1 The mother of a man who shot and killed his neighbor is now facing charges. Full Story
Image1 The Shelby man accused of repeatedly punching a security guard in the Richland County Commissioners' office July ninth, prompting the guard to fire a gunshot, has been indicted. Full Story
  MORE NEWS
 

Shelby Man Indicted Over Incident In Commissioners' Office

Each One, Reach One Rally Set For August 15th

Willard woman gunned down by neighbor

BBQ Shack Opens On Park Avenue West In Ontario

Mansfield Walk To End Alzheimer's Kick-Off Held

Semer Brothers Perform Concert In Marshall Park

Three New Mansfield Police Officers Sworn In

United Way of Richland County Day of Caring set for Aug.7

Church passing out free school supplies

State Awards Grant For Mentoring Program In Mansfield

R-C-T And Social Service Agencies Conducting Transit Survey

Independent Film Crew Rolls Into Shelby

More News