A weekly produce distribution for residents is being held through the end of September at Oberlin Community Services. The non-profit organization has partnered with City Fresh to offer fresh fruit and vegetables to everyone. Residents can purchase produce for themselves or for their families. OCS director Cindy Andrews said her organization is going to pay $4 of the single family share for people with limited incomes so they only have to front $5 to get 14 produce items. The organization also offers a monthly produce distribution through Second Harvest for families in need.