Valdosta Daily Times


June 16, 2013

Children help garden, community grow


VALDOSTA — Future Harvest

Jane Teasley hopes it will grow into a program that not only introduces more children to gardening but one that will create a community garden that will provide fresh produce to more people who want and need it.

Though she will be a full-time Sallas-Mahone teacher come the 2013-14 academic year, Teasley plans to continue working toward this goal and helping children tend the Reddens’ garden.

As for the Reddens, they are looking forward to trying some fresh squash soon and seeing their new friends again and again in the weeks to come.

More information on this program or how to support it, contact the Boys & Girls Club of Valdosta, (229) 242-2058.

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