Over a hundred volunteers showed up Friday night in preparation for the "Breakfast on the Farm" program being hosted at the Jim May Farm at 7947 Fruitridge Ave in Alpine Township this morning. The program, which is run in cooperation with the Michigan State University Extension Service and the Farm Bureau, expects to feed up to 2,000 city slickers who will come to learn about farm operation and food production. There is no charge for the breakfast, but tickets are required. Five thousand tickets were distributed at local establishments. The program runs from 8:00 a.m - 1:00 p.m. with free breakfasts being served from 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon.
|Kendra Wills with the MSU Extenion Service|
|Volunteers anticipating a successful program Saturday|
|Host Jim May (right) talking with volunteers|
|John Schaefer, President of Jack Brown Produce|
|The Swafford family volunteered their services|