Summer may be almost at an end, but Sandi’s Garden isn’t ready to call it quits. Sandi’s Garden is still full of hot and sweet pepper plants, squash, zucchini, and beans ready, willing, and able to continue to supply SHIM’s Food Pantry with bountiful fresh organic produce. Although our hot peppers are small and don’t weigh as much as a zucchini or squash, they are one of the more popular items at the Food Pantry and, for many of the clients, are a reminder of the homes they have left behind to come to this country. Last year we delivered fresh produce into November and we hope to be able to do that once again. To keep the garden going, we still need volunteers to water the garden into October. There is a sign-up sheet on the bulletin board on the way to Fellowship Hall. Please consider making this a family project. Many thanks to those who help make Sandi’s Garden such a successful part of BHCC’s continued commitment to serve others.