Dear Mr. Gear,
I hope you're having a wonderful summer. Salem Harvest's season is off to a great start. We had a big rush of cherries at the beginning of summer then incredible blueberry production (5 tons of blueberries donated. yes, 5 tons!!)
As we follow the produce in the valley, we had a lull between crops and now the heavy hitters are lining up. For example, we had a zucchini harvest last week and put almost 6 tons in Marion Polk Food Share's cooler in 1 day. This week is a series of pear harvests that should yield a donation of 12-18,000 pounds. Plus broccoli and onions too.
With the dry, sunny weather, the produce quality as been top notch. All of the equipment that your sponsorship helped us acquire has really made us much more efficient, getting more food to those who need it.
Thank you very much for your support. I'm grateful for your donation and very am excited about the ongoing 2014 harvest season.
LAWYERLY FINE PRINT:
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