Clarksdale Architect Richard Dixon, second from right, takes a group on a tour of the new commercial kitchen at the Mississippi Delta Council for Farm Workers Opportunities, Inc. warehouse. State Senator Robert Jackson, right, was one of several officials and staff members in attendance during the Ground Breaking Ceremony for the Commercial Kitchen.

Growers program cooking up expansion

By MICHAEL BANKS,

A program that assists local growers and women in agriculture will be expanding as a groundbreaking ceremony was recently held for a new commercial kitchen in Clarksdale.

The kitchen will be located at the Mississippi Delta Council’s regional relief distribution warehouse at 1536 Desoto Ave.

 
 
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