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NYC's Oasis 1 Garden Hits The Bricks

  • Subject: [cg] NYC's Oasis 1 Garden Hits The Bricks
  • From: Adam36055@aol.com
  • Date: Wed, 13 Nov 2002 23:12:24 EST

Friends & Ecotourists,

This Saturday, November 16th, starting at 11:00 am, the gardeners at the 
Oasis I  community garden on 10th Ave ( between 51st & 52nd Streets in  
Manhattan) will be gleaning bricks for their move to the to be renovated and 
enlarged  Oasis II garden  on 52nd between 10th & 11th Avenues, a half block 

Nancy Kyriacou, the garden chair ( a nice white haired lady) will be there 
with other gardeners, wheelbarrows and some great stories about a great 
garden that will be history, a soon to be enlarged garden, the Juan Alonzo 
garden on 11th Avenue, a one story garage on W. 53rd that will be torn down 
to create a new permanent garden and the work that the Hell's Kitchen 
neighborhood, the community board, elected officials, neighborhood groups, a 
senior citizen's program did to make this happen.

Nancy says that there will be some refreshments for folks who hit the bricks 
with the gardeners.  If moving bricks, saying goodbye to a great old garden 
and welcoming a new improved garden appeals to you, then please come to the 
Oasis 1 Garden on Saturday November 16th,

Best wishes,
Adam Honigman
Volunteer, Clinton Community Garden

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