In Washington County, the sheriff’s office staff are making sure no one goes hungry.
The “farm share” is organized by the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and is usually held twice a year, but organizers say now is a good time to hold the event due to school being out for spring break.
The last “farm share” was held directly after Hurricane Michael and this time they made the event even bigger, providing food for 250 families.
The sheriff’s office says this is a great way for them to participate in community outreach.
“We’ve had a really great response from our citizens. We have a good time with them when they come through the line and we’re just hoping that it’s able to show them that they really mean something to our agency and that we are really here for them,” said Kristin Martin, the Washington County Public Information Officer.
If you missed today’s farm share, there will be another event at the Bonifay Agriculture Center on March 23, 2019, at 8 a.m.
The address is 1169 E US-90, Bonifay, FL 32425.