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RE:Starbucks

  • Subject: [cg] RE:Starbucks
  • From: JSBMH2@aol.com
  • Date: Thu, 30 Jan 2003 00:09:56 EST

Friends,
Starbucks has a program you should know about.  Here in Oklahoma City they sponsor work days at Community Gardens and pay $10 an hour for every volunteer that shows up, including their own employees whom they encourage to attend.  Work days here are 3 to 5 hours long and once a month.  The funds go to the Community Garden fund at said garden in the form of a check.  This is a national program.  Contact you local Starbucks and get on the wagon!
Despite the Community Garden program having been temporally sabotaged here by politics and greed, several of the gardens are using this program to great benefit.
Peace,
John Herndon
Village Green Community Garden
Norman, Oklahoma




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