We had another fantastic time seeing friends, both old and new, at yesterday’s Hopewell Harvest Fair. With picture perfect fall weather, plenty of fair-goers, amazing bands at the bandstand, a real character scavenger hunt (just to name a few highlights), the day was incredible.
Thanks to everyone who stopped by the MercerMe booth and met founder/editor/publisher Mary Galioto, The Taste Chase’s Renata Barnes, and contributor Ryan Kennedy.
Not only is the Hopewell Harvest Fair a fun one-day-event, it is also a grant-giving organization. Last year, the Hopewell Harvest Fair awarded $7,000 worth of grants to twenty-three local nonprofit organizations to help support special projects and contribute to operating costs of many local charitable causes including several elementary school science fairs throughout the Hopewell Valley, a variety of projects for local seniors, several music and theatre programs and includes donations to Womanspace and the Mercer Street Friends Food Bank.
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