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Holtville moves forward for plans for annual Farmers Market

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Market offers fresh food in a fresh setting - News 11's Gianella Ghiglino has a preview

HOLTVILLE, Calif. (KYMA, KECY) - The pandemic won't prevent the City of Holtville from moving forward with its plans for its annual Farmers Market.

The Holtville Chamber of Commerce says people still need, and want, fresh fruit and vegetables. The market will feature the best of the Valley's produce in a fresh, outdoor environment.

Of course, in the age of coronavirus, mask and social distancing requirements will be in place. Still, it's a great opportunity to get outside, enjoy the cooling evening temperatures, and bring home some fresh veggies for your next farm-to-table meal.

Holtville Farmers Market
October 29th & November 11th, 2020
5:30-8:30 p.m.
Downtown Holtville - In front of City Hall

News 11's Gianella Ghiglino gives us a preview of the market beginning Monday at 5 on the Early Edition.

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Gianella Ghiglino

Peruvian-born and LA raised Gianella Ghiglino joins the team from the San Fernando valley. “LA is the place that taught me how to breath and Peru is my breath.” She says she was inspired by the community she grew up in and began documenting her experience through poetry at the age of 7. “I wrote about everything I saw, felt and everything that inspired me.” When she entered High School she joined her school news station and realized that broadcast journalism allowed her to pursue her passion and her purpose all at once. Gianella attended Cal State Northridge and received a Bachelors degree in Broadcast Journalism and a minor in Spanish Broadcast Journalism, and Political Science. She did several internships while in College but most notably interned for PBS’s local LA station for three years. “My purpose is to share my story and of those in my community, my passion is writing.”


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