Lincoln School to offer locally-grown tomatoes during lunch tomorrow




Individuals with backyard gardens are enjoying fresh-grown tomatoes this time of year and now, thanks to Seton Harvest Mission, a ministry of the Daughters of Charity, individuals eating lunch at Lincoln School also will be able to enjoy the taste. The school will be offering locally-grown sungold tomatoes as part of its mixed green salad on tomorrow’s menu. In addition, Julie Dietz, outreach coordinator at Lincoln, will be handing out educational material on tomatoes and gardening in general.


Throughout the summer, the EVSC Office of Food and Nutrition has been partnering with Seton Harvest to provide locally-grown produce for its schools participating in the summer lunch program.