Benefit farm dinner planned for Aptos...

Benefit farm dinner planned for Aptos market vendor who lost arm in...

There are 7 comments on the Santa Cruz Sentinel story from Sep 1, 2010, titled Benefit farm dinner planned for Aptos market vendor who lost arm in.... In it, Santa Cruz Sentinel reports that:

Ken Kimes has been missed the past two weeks. His upper-level spot at the Aptos Farmers Market at Cabrillo College, where for 20 years he's answered questions on his sprouts, wheatgrass and mushrooms, has been sitting empty.

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Native Girl

United States

#1 Sep 1, 2010
Please plan to attend the fundraisers for Ken. It is tragic when we have a serious farm accident and medical bills pile up. I know he appreciates any help during this difficult time.
TomT

Brentwood, CA

#2 Sep 1, 2010
I'm very sorry to hear about your accident. I hope the recovery is going well. Hopefully I will be able to make it to the farmer's market to contribute. Thank you for growing the food we eat :)
bikerscum

San Jose, CA

#3 Sep 1, 2010
Ken and his wife are wonderful folks. So sorry to hear of this accident. I hate when bad things happen to good people! Glad to hear of the fundraisers and hope they are wildly successful!
where is it

Boulder Creek, CA

#4 Sep 1, 2010
how does one lose ones arm with an Auger? Heavy machinery is scary¬Ö
I'd like to visit the farm if I knew where it was, the article just says:
WHERE: Private farm in Corralitos
former resident

Ridley Park, PA

#5 Sep 2, 2010
I'm shocked and saddened by this terrible news. Ken and Sandra are good folks and don't deserve this. Best wishes on overcoming this situation.
hopeful

Santa Cruz, CA

#6 Sep 16, 2010
Good luck, Ken. Folks, let's chip in and cover all his medical expenses plus more!
Boulder Bob

United States

#7 Sep 16, 2010
I can't help remembering the experience of a friend of mine in his fifties with no health insurance who wound up in the hospital for a couple days. He settled all his bills for an average of 40% of what was asked (which also happens to be the national average for uninsured medical bills). For the first one or two he offered somewhat more and gradually began offering less. When he got down to 20% or 30%, they called him nasty names, but still accepted what he offered as payment in full.

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