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RE: Arbor Day gift to community garden


Have this neighborhood charter school set up a website like ours (
http://clintoncommunitygarden.org ) and have it linked to
(http://www.communitygarden.org/index.html). As the school is probably
linked to Waco's board of education, this should cost you nothing, the work
on the website done by the students and teachers as a special project (
extra credit for students, both web design & community service, the double

If there is a financial cost for this project, hit up the local computer
store or the local Microsoft dealer. The Gates Foundation might find the
funding for your website the kind of project that both fits into their
mission and makes them look good.

What the hell, check it out!

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Hwacofound@aol.com [SMTP:Hwacofound@aol.com]
> Sent:	Friday, February 04, 2000 5:26 PM
> To:	community_garden@mallorn.com
> Subject:	[cg] Arbor Day gift to community garden
> Another nice gift for our VERY COOL community garden that has yet to see a
> vegetable seed planted....
> We were chosen to receive a live oak and 2 crape myrtles, courtesy of our 
> local Arbor Day Committee. They were planted Feb 2 - when Arbor Day is 
> celebrated in Waco, TX - with television and newspaper coverage. The 
> neighborhood charter school visited the garden for the event for the first
> time, and I'm told they are anxious to begin their beds.  Our property was
> designed with room for trees to both beautify and add shade to resting
> spots. 
>  Free is good, and especially when we can publicize several causes at
> once.  
> Kathy Riggs
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