Camp lunches are looking fresh this summer in Southwest Birmingham where Greater Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church is serving up local and seasonal fruits for more than 200 children. With deliveries from REV’s Urban Food Project, this faith-based program is connecting campers with their food through an on-site garden and by featuring Alabama-grown produce from Alabama farmers. Peaches from Jimmy Witt from Hayden, AL made these little mouths water. UFP delivers goodies like these weekly to Birmingham restaurants and retailers, but Mr. Witt will let you pick your own. You can also shop or dine with a UFP partner. Find one here!
By Katherine Zobre Alabama Small Business Development Center Network Katherine.firstname.lastname@example.org | 201-503-5927
Even despite a pandemic, things are working out for Lemar Storey’s Life Touch Massage.
Two weeks self-quarantined as REV’s resident germophobe, and I’m learning from the entrepreneurial spirit of this comeback city we all proudly call home.