Living Water Child Care and Learning Center in Williamson recently received a Benedum Foundation grant for produce. Taylor Weekley, a coordinator with Keys 4 Healthy Kids in Charleston, said the grant provided a free box of fresh vegetables for all the center's children and staff. Should the center's kids/parents have wanted additional boxes of the vegetables, Weekley said they were provided with an opportunity to preorder and pay with with their SNAP and/or SNAP Stretch benefits. She said Turnrow Appalachian Farm Collective sourced the locally-grown produce for the giveaway, which was held Thursday, July 2.
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