Questions about the Senior Market FRESH program should be directed to Aging and Adult Services at (517) 284-0167.
If you're in need of some quick cash, here are six stories of people who found a fortune when -- and where -- they least expected it. Lose a hammer, find a horde In November 1992, a farmer living near the village of Hoxne in Suffolk, England, lost a hammer in one of his fields, so he asked Eric Lawes to use his metal detector to search for it.
WIC Project FRESH served more than 27,000 clients through 48 local health agencies in 77 counties in Michigan.
WIC Project FRESH helps to provide healthy and nutritious produce to Michigan WIC participants, while fostering economic development by promoting our state's diverse agricultural products.To assist clients, all authorized farmers, farmers' markets, and roadside stands, will have a laminated yellow poster stating: "Project FRESH Coupons Accepted Here" posted at their stands.In FY 2016, 1,394 Michigan farmers, 138 Michigan farmers' markets, and 164 roadside stands were authorized to accept WIC Project FRESH coupons.While looking for the hammer, Lawes happened upon something else of interest -- 24 bronze coins, 565 gold coins, 14,191 silver coins, plus hundreds of gold and silver spoons, jewelry, and statues, all dating back to the Roman Empire.As required by British law, the so-called "Hoxne Hoard" was reported to the local authorities, who declared it a "Treasure Trove," meaning it was now legally the property of Britain.
Sometimes, one man's trash really is another man's treasure. The Declaration of (financial) Independence We've all heard of the man who bought a $4 painting at a garage sale, found an original copy of the Declaration of Independence inside, and sold it for $2.4 million. Sparks figured the document was a worthless, modern reprint, so he paid the asking price -- $2.48 -- and headed home.