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Fruits of their labors

Church’s farmers market draws neighborhood closer together

Posted: August 17, 2013 at 5:43 a.m.

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/STATON BREIDENTHAL --8/10/13-- Eddie Forster of Tasty Acres Farm in Scott, Ark., puts tomatoes in baskets Saturday morning at the Hillcrest Farmer's Market at Pulaski Heights Baptist Church in Little Rock.

When the Rev. Randy Hyde called on his congregation to find new ways to reach out to their neighbors, a community garden was the first idea. But with too few members to do the heavy lifting, the congregation decided on a farmers market instead.

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Religion, Pages 14 on 08/17/2013

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