Ketch up with what’s happenin’ at the Bethlehem Food Co-Op

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Bethlehem Food Co-Op to share info and updates
The public is invited to “Ketch-Up with the Bethlehem Food Co-Op”, an online Zoom gathering scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 17 at 7 p.m.
The session will include a presentation about the group’s efforts to bring a full-service, community-owned grocery story to the north downtown area of Bethlehem. Lease negotiations are underway for the undisclosed location.
The co-op is a member-based organization, with each paying a one-time equity payment; this entitles them to vote on decisions about the organization and its operations. There are currently over 700 households that are members.
The Sept. 17 session will also share information about the co-op’s efforts in the area of education, community involvement, supporting local businesses and producers, and addressing issues of food insecurity in our area.
The co-op will meet for its Annual Meeting on Monday, Oct. 5 at 6:30 p.m. via Zoom.
For information on how to attend the Sept. 17 session, visit
Contact: Carol Burns, 610-428-9649

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