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Saturday, April 21, 2012
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Save the Date: Special Green Dots Event April 21, 2012

Green Dots is teaming up with the Network for Neighborhood Success and the Cleveland Botanical Garden to help build community garden plots at the Buckeye-Woodland Learning Farm (E. 114th St. and Woodland Ave.) on Saturday, April 21, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. This event will serve as our monthly meeting for April.Farm manager Julia Ferguson and other staff members will supervise and guide the work. They will have enough work for approximately 30 volunteers. We are looking for volunteers of all ages and abilities. While some of the work will be strenuous, there will also be other tasks that will not require much physical strength or stamina. Wear clothing suitable for gardening and yard work. Though there will be some extra pairs of work gloves available, please bring your own if you already have a pair. All other supplies and equipment will be provided by the Cleveland Botanical Garden. They will also provide drinking water. See the attached flyer and "background" sheet for more information.In the event of rain, we will meet at the Rice Branch Library at 11 a.m.For planning purposes, it's important that you RSVP for this event. Please contact me to let me know if you will be able to participate.If you have questions or concerns, please give me a call.By the way, there are still free community plots available at the Buckeye-Woodland Learning Farm. Some of the plots will include raised beds for people who use wheelchairs or have other physical restrictions. Call Julia Ferguson at 630-3091 to reserve a plot. Kevin Kay(216) 367-2234Green Dots is teaming up with the Network for Neighborhood Success and the Cleveland Botanical Garden to help build community garden plots at the Buckeye-Woodland Learning Farm (E. 114th St. and Woodland Ave.) on Saturday, April 21, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. This event will serve as our monthly meeting for April.Farm manager Julia Ferguson and other staff members will supervise and guide the work. They will have enough work for approximately 30 volunteers. We are looking for volunteers of all ages and abilities. While some of the work will be strenuous, there will also be other tasks that will not require much physical strength or stamina. Wear clothing suitable for gardening and yard work. Though there will be some extra pairs of work gloves available, please bring your own if you already have a pair. All other supplies and equipment will be provided by the Cleveland Botanical Garden. They will also provide drinking water. See the attached flyer and "background" sheet for more information.In the event of rain, we will meet at the Rice Branch Library at 11 a.m.For planning purposes, it's important that you RSVP for this event. Please contact me to let me know if you will be able to participate.If you have questions or concerns, please give me a call.By the way, there are still free community plots available at the Buckeye-Woodland Learning Farm. Some of the plots will include raised beds for people who use wheelchairs or have other physical restrictions. Call Julia Ferguson at 630-3091 to reserve a plot. Kevin Kay(216) 367-2234

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