Bounty & Soul, a community-based nonprofit in Black Mountain, hosted a drive-thru harvest market on Nov. 23 in preparation for Thanksgiving in the old Bi-Lo parking lot.
“We really did a great job to get a selection of what people could be using for their Thanksgiving meals and also providing recipes that may be a little different than what they typically would do,” said Ali Casparian, Bounty & Soul executive director.
The market operated with drivers pulling up to volunteers in line at a variety of different stations. Community members had the option to sample foods and choose from a handful of produce selections for what they’d like to take home.
Through the efforts of numerous volunteers dressed in veggie costumes, Bounty & Soul distributed premade boxes that included sweet potatoes, squash, fresh baked bread from local bakeries and other produce courtesy of local farmers and growers.
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