Pompano Beach held its Bean and Pepper Jamboree at the Green Market. The event was fun and featured entertainment, free bingo and other activities. There were various food vendors present offering natural products and some produce. There were also arts and crafts vendors available. Members of the Pompano Beach High School Key Club were raising funds by offering a treasure chest full of toys. For a donation, a child could get a key and open the chest and receive a toy. The Pompano Beach Women’s Club and the Pompano Beach Kiwanis Club also participated. And various local businesses were part of the event.
“We are celebrating the agricultural heritage of Pompano Beach,” said Fred Segal, president of the Broward County Farm Bureau. “This is a nice event.” Steven Weinstein, of the Florida Community Bank Branch, was available to answer questions about home mortgages.
Devin Bittner, president of the Pompano Beach High School Key Club, enjoyed participating in the event and leading a fund raising program.
Emma Ellington, president of the Pompano Beach Women’s Club, liked the event and enjoyed raising money to help young people gain scholarships for college.
Karen Barron was selling Tumeric oil and liked the atmosphere of the event.