A meal prepared with local foods at Whitehouse Fruit Farm in Mahoning County raised money for the United Way.

The purpose of the Fayette County Farm Bureau’s Annual Farm to Fork Dinner is to promote Fayette County agriculture in a fun, family farm setting while at the same time raising money for a local cause. We appreciate your interest in applying to be the recipient of the funds raised at this event. 

This year’s dinner will be held Saturday, Aug. 13, 2022, at 5:30 pm at a farm in Fayette County (exact location to be determined).  Please send the completed application to: Farm to Fork Committee, c/o Kameron Rinehart, 13107 East Walnut Street ,Jeffersonville, OH 43128 or [email protected], no later than March 4, 2022.  If you have questions, please contact Kameron Rinehart at 740-505-2805.

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