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Green thumbs

Published 11:01pm Thursday, October 17, 2013

 

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Grant Lyons and Rachel Snoddy with the Pike County Cooperative Extension office are working with Charles Henderson High School specual education students this semester to maintain a garden at the school. Pictured, Snoddy and the students work to construct beds and plant onions, broccoli and garlic. Even more vegetables will be planted in the spring, Lyons said.

 

  • Truthhurts

    This is a great thing that they are doing for the special education department. The pictures are touching and I hope all the students learned something and had fun at the same time.

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