Limehouse Produce has launched their 3rd Annual “Berry Creative” Strawberry Campaign for area schools to raise awareness about the popular fruit.
Participating schools are encouraged to have their students submit artwork and creative projects promoting strawberries. Suggestions include recipes, drawings, artwork, or stories. The class with the most creative entries will receive a Grand Prize of 100 pounds of local strawberries, a trip to the Boone Hall Plantation to pick strawberries, and an announcement on the Limehouse Produce website. Plus, all students that enter the competition will receive strawberries for their class to enjoy.
Entries for the competition are due Friday, March 25th. To learn more about the “Berry Creative” Campaign, click here.
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