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Volunteers needed for community garden

Calling all green thumbs and master gardeners in the Northern Kent County area!

The North Kent Service Center is again getting ready to plant their one-acre family garden. They have set aside the week of May 24 to start our planting, weather permitting. They are hoping those who love to grow vegetable, fruits and love to plant and care for gardens will come out and assist them with providing healthy foods items for their clients during the growing season.

This is a great way to assist the North Kent Service Center meet the needs of 10,000 families, plus meet others in the community who also love to garden.
The NKSC also asks that gardeners consider planting a few extra tomato plants, peppers, cucumbers and squash that could be given to clients at the center.
For more information please call project coordinator Tom Nederveld at 874-3256, or NKSC volunteer coordinator Deb McIntyre at 866-3478, deb.mcintyre@nksc.net.

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