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Hoisington Community Garden grows

HOISINGTON — Seeds have been planted, and the Hoisington Community Garden, in its first year, is flourishing.

The purpose of the garden was to furnish free vegetables to the needy in Hoisington, teach gardening skills, teach youth how tasty fresh vegetables are, bring the community together as a caring and working team, and have fresh produce available to those who don’t have a garden.

The garden is a nondenominational project, and the planning committee consisted of members from several churches.

Grants were received from the Golden Belt Community Foundation, the Enola Logan Foundation and the United Methodist Health Ministry Fund ...

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