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September 17, 2013ALPHARETTA, Ga. – Harry's Farmers Market and Whole Foods presented a check worth $2,187 to the city of Alpharetta Sept. 12 as a way to help support the city's healthy efforts.
Every quarter, Harry's holds a charity day, where a portion of their sales goes to a needy group. This time, the group was a combination of local bicycle groups such as Bike Alpharetta and the city through its greenway initiative.
"Harry's Whole Foods' mission is health," said Mike Perry, Alpharetta's director of parks and recreation. "With the greenway, that's our mission."
The check was presented during a meeting of the Alpharetta Recreation Commission. From left are Yosetty Nunez, with Harry's Whole Foods, Ben Easterling, chairman of the Recreation Commission, and Eric Milley, city park services manager.
Editor, Milton Herald