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Hollywood Farmers Market

Join the Hollywood Farmers Market!

We’re looking for a part-time Token Program Administrator!


Become a part of the Hollywood Farmers Market community and learn about local food systems, while helping to increase and provide access to local and fresh food for low-income community members! The Hollywood Farmers Market is a looking for a committed, passionate, outgoing, detail-oriented individual to fill our seasonal Token Program Administrator (TPA) position.

The TPA is responsible for:

  • operating the debit / EBT machine at the market
  • providing customer service
  • tracking and reconciling token sales
  • working with volunteers to set up, break down, and staff the market’s Information Booth each Saturday

An ideal TPA would:

  •        be proficient in MS Excel
  •        be comfortable with basic accounting or bookkeeping
  •        be detail-oriented yet flexible enough to detail with the dynamic         market environment
  •        enjoy working with a wide variety of people
  •        enjoy working outside in varying weather conditions

This is a part-time seasonal position, approximately 10 hours per week, May-November. Saturday availability is essential.

For a full job description, please visit and click on “News.” Any questions can be directed to Market Manager Molly Notarianni, Application open until March 20, 2015.


Molly Notarianni

Market Manager

Hollywood & Lloyd Farmers Markets



Beaumont Wilshire Volunteer Group “At Work”

Rebecca Erickson Job AA recent Saturday morning favorable sun break between the rain clouds shone brightly on a small crew of the Beaumont Wilshire Volunteer Group as they helped a fellow neighbor with spreading some mulch and removing a stubborn bush root. Remember the BW Volunteers stand ready to help those neighbors in need with yardwork and other simple maintenance needs, contact John Sandie (


Alameda Stairs Clean-up

Mother nature provided late morning sunshine on Saturday, Nov 8th, to highlight the efforts of a group of Beaumont Wilshire neighbors along with Troop 107 scouts who pulled, raked, trimmed and cut down unwanted vegetation from both the 42nd and 43rd avenue public stairways along Alameda Ridge. Planting bulbs for spring started at top of the 43rd Avenue stairs beds that had been cleared out; and will be finished in the coming weeks. Thanks to BWNA Board member, Dave Whitaker, for coordinating the event and working with Foot Traffic to host a fund-raising walk on Sat., the 15th.