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Hoisington’s community garden planted and growing

HOISINGTON — Hoisington residents, led by Teddy Williamson, have once again planted a community garden full of tomatoes, cucumbers, broccoli, brussel sprouts, carrots, herbs, beets, potatoes, corn, onions, sweet peas and strawberries.
The garden received a grant from “The Big Garden” through United Methodist Ministries of Kansas and Nebraska, according to Williamson, coordinator.
“We’ve already held a big plant party,” said Williamson.
The vegetables go to the food bank, and the remainder are sold for a free will donation. Last year, fresh produce was sold on Main Street.
Williamson would also like to see a vegetable stand with a canopy ...

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