PARENTS AND PROVIDERS: Hiram Farm WILL BE OPEN on Good Friday at our normal times.
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Please join us in celebrating the 5 year anniversary of
Hiram Farm Living and Learning Community
at our Annual Meeting, Monday November 18th, 2013
Hiram College Dining Hall
$8.25 for the cost of dinner, pay at the door cash or credit
Please call the office if you have any questions
Hiram Farm was all abuzz anticipating a visit from Senator John Eklund (R), 18th District of Ohio who arrived on the Farm just after 10:00AM on Thursday, August 22. Although the farmers were hard at work harvesting vegetables and completing special orders of patio furniture in the woodshop, it was easy to spot the man in shirt and tie walking the farm and introducing himself to each of the farmers he came into contact with. Senator Eklund took time to speak to the farmers about their lives on and off the farm. He heard of the hopes and dreams of some, the personal accomplishments of others, and the growth and expansion of Hiram Farm since its inception in June of 2009.
“The Farm is plainly a place of caring and love, and when you add the professionalism and commitment that you and the staff bring to bear, I just know you are positively impacting the lives of your farmers and their families. I could feel it in my interactions with them that day,” comments Senator Eklund.
“We were honored by the Senator’s visit and his on-going commitment to assisting individuals and their families living with autism to live and work in settings that are supportive of their needs,” says De Ann K. Brewer, Executive Director for Hiram Farm.
(Left to Right) Jason Bricker-Thompson (Board Pres.), De Ann Brewer (Executive Director), Dr. Candace Jeavons Wilkinson, Doug Brattebo (Board Member)
Calling all beverage, appetizers, salads, veggie, main course and dessert Recipes! Hiram Farm is putting together a cookbook this fall (just in time for our Holiday Sales) and we’d like to include your tried and true recipes in it! Feel free to include a short narrative ~ like how your grandmother used to make it for a holiday ~ a picture of the recipe would be great too. All recipes can be sent to: email@example.com ~ please remember to include your name, city and state.
Hi All – Just an update on our produce. We are currently picking zucchini, cabbage, yellow beans, lettuce, beet greens, swiss chard – we also have basil available – just ask for it. We will have green bell peppers and cucumbers available by the end of the week. Stay cool everyone – it’s going to be a hot week!
Our new Pavilion is just waiting for the trusses so the roof can be finished! We can’t wait for our shade~