Learning about the MOFC through Bibb’s Boo Bash

Roughly 200 Grove City area children and adults participated in the first-ever Bibb’s Boo Bash, sponsored by the Mid-Ohio Food Collective (MOFC) on Oct. 22 at Mid-Ohio’s headquarter on Brookham Drive. Children dressed in Halloween costumes, scooped up candy, and learned about the work of the organization including exhibits on growing plants, healthy eating initiatives, and assets such as the food markets. The Trick-or-Treat event also exposed participants to the warehouse operations where food and non-perishable household products are stored for distribution. Pictured here is Mid-Ohio Food Collective Senior Vice President Mike Hochron with his daughter, Hannah.
Mid-Ohio Food Collective Railyn Bourne participates in the Halloween event.
Farm Director Trevor Horn poses for a photo by the farm display.

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