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Monday, June 11, 2012

Franklin Farm Herbals Supports Deaf Dinner -You Can Too!

Franklin Farm Herbals Farm Fresh Salad Greens Grace Deaf Services Fundraising Dinner!

When Durham Deaf Services sent out a call for help, Jill of Franklin Farm Herbals and Market answered. 

Franklin Farm Herbals, located half-way between Bethany and Omemee at # Ski Hill Road specializes in growing pesticide-free produce,and Jill,a chartered herbalist, also creates many household and beauty items from the many plants grown on their farm.

Image Durham Deaf 30th Anniversary Poster

'I am pleased to join with other businesses in helping  Durham Deaf Services with their dinner by providing fresh greens for salads.'shared Jill, adding 'DDS helps many deaf and hard of hearing people in Durham and surrounding communities.  Providing salad for their special dinner is a very small contribution to a very active hands-on area service, run mostly by volunteers.  I hope their dinner is a spectacular success, creating bigger public awareness of services available through them.

Durham Deaf Services is celebrating their 30th anniversary June 14, 2012 at Life Point Church in Oshawa  from 6:30 PM to 10:00 PM. DDS,a registered charity, offers educational programs and services including literacy, employment and computer training to the Deaf, deafened, and hard of hearing community in Durham Region. Their aim is to promote self-reliance and reduce isolation As a not-for-profit, they are hoping to raise much needed funds for their work, and welcome contributions towards their dinner.
If you would like to contribute to the Durham Deaf Services 30th Anniversary Dinner, please contact:
John Calderon:
Resource Development Officer, Durham Deaf Services, 
750 King Street East, 
Oshawa, ON L1H 1G9 
T 905-579-3328

Learn More about Franklin Farm Herbals Farm Fresh Pesticide Free Produce on the Franklin Farm Herbals site.

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