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Farmers Market collecting donations this month
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CEDAR CITY--Every Saturday in September, the community is welcomed to drop off canned and dry food items at the Cedar Saturday Market to be donated to the Iron County Care & Share. Food donations can be dropped off between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. at the parking lot at C-A-L Ranch in Cedar City.

“We’re doing this food drive to benefit the Iron County Care & Share because the community and our customers have generously supported our new farmers market,” said Cedar Saturday Market Manager Nancy Dalton, in a release to Iron County Today. She added, “This is a great way for us to give back to our great community,”

For every four canned or dry food items you donate, you will receive two 50 cents OFF coupons that can be used at our participating market vendors throughout the month of September. Participating market vendors include: Alicia’s Tamales; The Bread Gal & Honey Guy; D9 Custom Cuts, LLC; High Country Lamb and Wade Jenson Farms.

Food items needed include tuna fish, peanut butter, chili, meals in a box, etc. People can also purchase produce at the market and donate to the Iron County Care & Share. Donations can be left at the table with Meeko, our Market Mascot, which will be located in the center of the market. Donors can pick up their coupons at D9 Custom Cuts, LLC booth.

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