The Eclectic Chef & Katie's Krops are joining together to feed the Lowcountry! Katie's Krops is a local non -profit that starts vegetable gardens & donates the harvest to families in need. To help keep Katie's Krops 'growing' The Eclectic Chef will generously donate a portion of ALL purchases to the not-for-profit on:
Wednesday, March 21st
From 9 am to 8 pm
Live music starting at 5pm with performances by
Chelsea Summers & Anna and Amelia Kassing!
A dinner buffet option will be available starting at 5pm for $15.00 including tea.
Everyone who dines that day will be entered into a drawing to win exciting prizes.
The Eclectic Chef is located at 125 Central Avenue in Historic Downtown Summerville. If you have any questions, call
The Eclectic Chef @ 821.7733
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Katie's Krops is thrilled to announce that Fall Creek Farm & Nursery in Oregon is donating 700 blueberry bushes to help us feed the Lowcountry! On Saturday March 3rd, we will be having a planting party & we need lots of amazing volunteers to come out and help us plant to feed families in need in the Lowcountry. Please join us, invite your friends and come have some fun while making a huge impact on hunger in the Lowcountry!
Saturday, March 3rd
10 am until the last bush is planted
Pinewood Prep School Garden
End of Willow Oaks Lane
Everyone is welcome to come out and help. Please wear closed toe shoes, long pants and clothes that you don't mind getting a little dirty. Garden gloves are great too!
B.Y.O.S - Bring Your Own Shovel!!!!!!
Katie's Krops is hosting a dinner on-
Thursday, February 16
At the Fellowship Hall
Summerville Baptist Church
417 Central Avenue in Summerville
The dinner is always healthy, hot, fresh FREE & everyone is welcome.
Please help us spread the word!
Planting the Seeds for a New Garden
I learned what I think most of us already know — that cancer is a horrible disease. Cancer takes a toll financially on patients and their families. Often caregivers are forced to give up their jobs to care for their loved ones. The financial burdens of the disease can be overwhelming and, as a result, families battling cancer sometimes struggle to put food on their tables. When you are fighting any disease or caring for someone in the fight of their life, proper nutrition is of the utmost importance.
That is when I put the pieces of the puzzle together: Katie's Krops would start a vegetable garden to provide cancer patients and their families with healthy, fresh produce.
Katie’s Krops mission is to grow vegetable gardens to feed people in need, and I can see no greater need than growing produce to provide nutritious fruits and vegetables to cancer patients and their families. In 2012, I will start a Katie’s Krops garden dedicated to feeding people who are fighting cancer. The harvest will provide patients with healthy produce, and it will be a tribute to honor those who are battling this terrible disease and those who have passed because of cancer.