Ripe, juicy tomatoes. Tasty cucumbers. Fresh corn on the cob. Just imagine those wonderful, fresh-from-the-garden tastes that you get with homegrown …
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Ripe, juicy tomatoes. Tasty cucumbers. Fresh corn on the cob.
Just imagine those wonderful, fresh-from-the-garden tastes that you
get with homegrown vegetables!
“Here’s a chance to get free vegetables all summer by lending a
helping hand at the local community garden in Kiowa,” said Pam
Witucki, Elbert County Coalition for Outreach community resources
director. “We are busy every Saturday morning from 8 a.m. to noon
in the garden and could use lots of help.”
The garden, on the southeast corner of Colo. 86 and Elbert Road
behind Kiowa Country Corner, will be filled with many vegetables
that can be enjoyed by those who help during the summer. Contribute
a minimum of eight hours per month and you may share in the
Local food bank participants from the Elizabeth, Elbert, Kiowa
and Simla food banks are invited to share in the work and reap the
harvest. We will be sharing fresh veggies with our senior centers
in the area.
“If you are interested in helping in the garden, learning about
caring for plants and having lots of fun, please give us a call to
sign up or just show up at the garden to help,” Witucki said.
She can be reached at 303-621-2599.
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