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Fwd: CYBERGARDENS: Amos Taylor

  • Subject: [cg] Fwd: CYBERGARDENS: Amos Taylor
  • From: Adam36055@aol.com
  • Date: Wed, 29 Oct 2003 12:43:27 EST

From Jane Weissman, former Green Thumb NYC director

Subj: CYBERGARDENS: Amos Taylor
Date: 10/29/03 10:43:37 AM Eastern Standard Time
From: BPCPC1@aol.com
Reply-to: cybergardens@treebranch.com
To: cybergardens@treebranch.com
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Amos Taylor, one of GGs founders and CENYC's first GrowTruck driver, passed away in his sleep early last Saturday morning.

A memorial service will be held on:

Thursday, October 30
Christian Cultural Center,
12020 Flatlands Avenue, Brooklyn* 

9:00 am Viewing
10:00 am Service

* between Pennsylvania and Louisiana; enter through the Louisiana gate across from Pathmark Mall.

Directions:
Take the #3 train to Rockaway Avenue
Take the #60 bus going South
Get off at Williams and Flatland (the last stop).  You will see the church.
Walk 2 blocks East on Flatland Avenue.  You will see the Pathmark Mall. 
     The church entrance that early in the morning will be at the Louisiana gate.


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  • Subject: CYBERGARDENS: Amos Taylor
  • From: BPCPC1@aol.com
  • Date: Wed, 29 Oct 2003 10:25:29 EST


Amos Taylor, one of GGs founders and CENYC's first GrowTruck driver, passed away in his sleep early last Saturday morning.

A memorial service will be held on:

Thursday, October 30
Christian Cultural Center,
12020 Flatlands Avenue, Brooklyn* 

9:00 am Viewing
10:00 am Service

* between Pennsylvania and Louisiana; enter through the Louisiana gate across from Pathmark Mall.

Directions:
Take the #3 train to Rockaway Avenue
Take the #60 bus going South
Get off at Williams and Flatland (the last stop).  You will see the church.
Walk 2 blocks East on Flatland Avenue.  You will see the Pathmark Mall. 
      The church entrance that early in the morning will be at the Louisiana gate.
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