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Gardeners help out fellow Green Thumbs!

The South Delta Evergreen Garden Club recently donated more than $2,000 to the Green Thumbs gardening program at Mountain View Manor.
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The South Delta Evergreen Garden Club recently donated more than $2,000 to the Green Thumbs gardening program at Mountain View Manor. The money was raised during the club’s annual plant sale last month, which was held at the extended care facility at Delta Hospital. The money raised will help purchase an indoor/outdoor mobile garden centre that will open up the program to residents of varying heights and abilities to plant, dig, prune and water flowers. Staff and residents at Mountain View Manor would like to extend a big thank you to the community and those who came out to support the event. From left: Hilary Sanders, president of the South Delta Evergreen Garden Club; Neelufa Ramsamy, recreation therapy supervisor; Kelly Masters, recreation program co-ordinator; Phyllis Hudson and Jean Cunningham, Green Thumb participants; Ursula Schmelcher, treasurer of the South Delta Evergreen Garden Club; and Alice Ann Bandoni, Green Thumb volunteer.

The South Delta Evergreen Garden Club recently donated more than $2,000 to the Green Thumbs gardening program at Mountain View Manor. The money was raised during the club’s annual plant sale last month, which was held at the extended care facility at Delta Hospital. The money raised will help purchase an indoor/outdoor mobile garden centre that will open up the program to residents of varying heights and abilities to plant, dig, prune and water flowers. Staff and residents at Mountain View Manor would like to extend a big thank you to the community and those who came out to support the event.
 

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