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Fwd: [tb-cyberpark]: [MG] Invitation to: CIS 303 CommunityGarden Opening Celebration

  • Subject: [cg] Fwd: [tb-cyberpark]: [MG] Invitation to: CIS 303 CommunityGarden Opening Celebration
  • From: adam36055@aol.com
  • Date: Tue, 21 Jun 2005 16:01:55 -0400

 A new school garden in the Bronx. I'm pleased that the Clinton Community Garden donated some compost bins and tomato cages for this effort. 
 
Adam Honigman
 
-----Original Message-----
From: aresh@moregardens.org
To: mg@lists.mayfirst.org
Sent: Tue, 21 Jun 2005 12:25:46 -0400 (EDT)
Subject: [tb-cyberpark]: [MG] Invitation to: CIS 303 Community Garden Opening Celebration


News from the tb-cyberpark mailing  list
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Dear Friends

You are cordially invited on Friday June 24th  9:15am to attend
the C.I.S. 303 opening celebration of the school/community garden at :

                          C.I.S. 303
                      1700 Macombs  (176 Street close to University Avenue)
                         Bronx, NY

Subway directions: 4 train to 176th Street Station. Go West, uphill
towards University Avenue.
Rain location: Auditoruim on the first floor

We would greatly appreciate your presence at this special  event.
Contact Aresh Javadi at 917-518-9987 or aresh@moregardens.org for
further questions.

RSVP is requested as soon as possible.

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Garden Program:
(Program subject to change)
Friday June 24th  9:15am - 11:00 am

Welcoming
    Pledge of Allegiance
    Garden Pledge

Opening:
M.C.'s: Students, Ms. Llanes, and Mr.Dukeman
Introduction/Background of project
Ms. Bentley
Councilmember Diane Foster
Other politicians pending
Planting of tree

Student presentations:
Musical Selections :
"My Country Tis  of Thee; Beethoven's 9th; Simple Melody"
Poetry reading on "plants"
3 dances (short)
Concluding activity:
            Student certificate
            Passing-on the garden emblem
            A thank you to all.


Garden Pledge:
I pledge allegiance
to the Earth
and to all the Creatures that inhabit it,
through seed, soil, sun and water
one world, one people,
undivided,
interdependent,
with food, shelter, community and justice for all.


This is an invitation is being presented to you by:
Principal Bentley, Dr. Cummings, Mr. Dukeman, of C.I.S. 303,
Ms. Llanes and Mr. Javadi of More Gardens!,
and the sixth graders of class 653.

The program was supported by the Bronx Council on the Arts

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