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—by Emma Onawa, HPC Member

—by Meredith Sommers, HPC Member

—by Heidi Goar, HPC Member

—by Kjersti Hanneman

KH: How long have you been a member of Hampden Park Co-op?

NK: Since 2002, and I have been volunteering since then. I live in Midway, and have been shopping at HPC since 1983.

KH: How did you get involved in the co-op?

NK: I was newly divorced and had been shopping here for years. After I got divorced, I needed to be doing something for the community. I needed to be doing something that would be part of the wider world—not just navel gazing.

KH: How long have you been a board member?

NK: Since 2003. I'm on the Finance and Physical Plant committees.

KH: Do you have family in town?

—by Katharine Holden, HPC Member

Hampden Park Co-op is packed with products you may not have tried before. Here’s the squeal on one:

—by Katharine Holden, HPC Member

Hampden Park Co-op is packed with products you may not have tried before. Here’s the squeal on one:

—by Katharine Holden, HPC Member

Hampden Park Co-op is packed with products you may not have tried before. Here’s the squeal on one:

Rolling out cookie dough is so much easier with a silicone rolling pin. The dough doesn’t stick so often to the rolling pin, so you don’t have to sprinkle as much flour as you do with ordinary rolling pins. This means less risk of making your cookies tough with extra flour and too much rolling. But the real reason to purchase a Sil-Pin rolling pin is that they come in bright red. Who among us does not need a fire-engine red rolling pin?

—by Katharine Holden, HPC Member

Hampden Park Co-op is packed with products you may not have tried before. Here’s the squeal on one:

—by Katharine Holden, HPC Member

Hampden Park Co-op is packed with products you may not have tried before. Here’s the squeal on one:

—by Naomi Jackson, Membership Coordinator

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