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October 18, 2017

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Promoting healthy eating and helping the community

Back row: Mark Zachanowich, vice president operations at Peak of the Market, Kate Brenner, managing director at Winnipeg Harvest, Debora Durnin-Richards, Manitoba Association of Home Economists, Ralph Eichler, Minister of Agriculture, Sheila Perrault, teacher at East-Selkirk Middle School, and Chinweoke Asagwara, program co-ordinator at Farm to School Manitoba Healthy Choice Fundraiser. Front row: East-Selkirk Middle School students and past participants of Farm to School Healthy Choice Fundraiser. (Ligia Braidotti/Canstar Community News)

LIGIA BRAIDOTTI

Back row: Mark Zachanowich, vice president operations at Peak of the Market, Kate Brenner, managing director at Winnipeg Harvest, Debora Durnin-Richards, Manitoba Association of Home Economists, Ralph Eichler, Minister of Agriculture, Sheila Perrault, teacher at East-Selkirk Middle School, and Chinweoke Asagwara, program co-ordinator at Farm to School Manitoba Healthy Choice Fundraiser. Front row: East-Selkirk Middle School students and past participants of Farm to School Healthy Choice Fundraiser. (Ligia Braidotti/Canstar Community News)

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