Community Caravan

Written by Cafe Campesino on May 1, 2005 in Community Caravan, NEWSLETTER |
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On May 15th, Lee and Tripp traveled to Atlanta to celebrate World Fair Trade Day with our friends at Ten Thousand Villages, sampling Café Campesino coffee and talking Fair Trade with Ten Thousand Villages’ customers.

Reports have been circulating that while Lee and Tripp were in Atlanta, Bill was actually seen running in this year’s Run Americus, which benefits the New Horizons Habitat for Humanity. Bill and our loyal friend (and customer) Bonnie Sullivan served Café Campesino for the event, donating all proceeds to this great cause, though we’re still waiting for photographic proof of Bill’s run – we’ll keep you posted!

The weekend of May 21-22 is going to be a busy one for Los Tres Amigos – Lee, Bill and Tripp. On Saturday, May 21st, Café Campesino will be served at the Georgia Organics’ Savannah Organic Weekend Saturday morning brunch at the Starfish Cafe.

Later that day, Café Campesino will be at its longtime customer and dedicated Fair Trade advocate The Sentient Bean in Savannah from 3 to 6 PM, sampling our Fair Trade, organic coffee and talking Fair Trade with the customers of Savannah’s biggest and best coffee house. Just around the corner, Georgia Organics will be hosting an inspiring talk at the main branch of the Chatham County Library by Peter Broadhead, owner of Brighter Day Market, about organic foods and farming.

On Sunday, May 22nd, Café Campesino will be served at the Georgia Organics’ Savannah Organic Weekend Sunday Organic Dinner at one of Savannah’s finest restaurants – Gottlieb’s.

From 5 to 7 PM on Wednesday evening, the 25th of May, Tripp, Lee and Bill will be sampling Café Campesino coffee and talking about Fair Trade with our local friends at The Maze’s Casa de Caffe coffee shop, a new partnership of ours to move the beans out of the bag and into the cups of our fellow citizens in Americus.

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