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HARVEST TO HOME Silent Auction Locally Grown Dinner 2017

by | Apr 19, 2017 | City News, Community, County News, Cullman, Cullman City, Cullman Tonight, People

HARVEST TO HOME Silent Auction Locally Grown Dinner 2017

This locally grown foods dinner and silent auction.

The North Alabama Agriplex presents the 3rd annual Harvest To Home Fundraiser and Silent Auction on Friday, April 30th. Doors open at 6:00 pm.

This locally grown foods dinner and silent auction has all proceeds going to benefit the North Alabama Agriplex programs and community outreach.

Great silent auction items will include Disney tickets, a homemade table, wood turned bowls, garden plants, local eggs, and much more …

Last year’s menu was comprised of all local foods:

• Local salad greens
• Roasted pork or chicken
• Fried green tomatoes (grown on the grounds)
• Homemade creole sauce
• Cullman County roasted sweet potatoes
• Jim N Nick’s Biscuits
• Fresh strawberry desserts

The 2017 menu is expected to be similar.

Tickets are only $40.

You can get them in person by calling 256-297-1044. Only a limited number of tickets will be available.

You can also get tickets online through Paypal: http://goo.gl/4PU5lG

Tickets are first to come, first serve, so buy early.

HARVEST TO HOME Silent Auction Locally Grown Dinner 2017

North Alabama Agriplex

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HARVEST TO HOME Silent Auction Locally Grown Dinner 2017

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