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Students Work in Community Garden Helping to Feed the Needy

01 Sep 2016
Students Work in Community Garden Helping to Feed the Needy Laurie Mitchell

Amy Turner's first grade class and Jonathan Loper's high school service learning elective class “For the Love of God's Creation” are partnering to share in the joy of gardening and service as they spend time together in Jeremiah's Garden, the community garden of Holy Spirit Parish.  

The Holy Spirit School students work together once a week, and each devote two to four additional hours a week working with parishioners and garden directors Roy and Bettye Lofton and Deacon Fran Viselli. Over the course of the school year, the students will have the opportunity to explore agriculture, nutrition, food preparation, and sustainability while providing service to the community.

Jeremiah's Garden donates fresh produce to Catholic Social Services of West Alabama and the West Alabama Food Bank.

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