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Re: Need some advice

I guess I'm still idealistic enough to believe that no real gardeners of any stripe would allow themselves to get hung up on that.  A good deed is still a good deed.  And if you plant a garden at a church, a prison, a homeless shelter, an old folk's home or a public park, what does it matter?  All involved would benefit immensely.  All gardening is an exercise in hope which is spiritual in and of itself.  Does enriching the spirit have limitations?  I pray it does not!  Maybe I am naive, but that's my opinion.


---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: "Kitty Morrissy" <>
Date:  Fri, 20 Dec 2002 18:41:20 -0500

>> looks like a church-state 
>> issue to me, and i think the extension service might be very charry about 
>> any kind of formal relationship.
>Jim, re the above...
>can anyone explain to me then, why our election precincts are in churches?
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