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Project to take root

Published 11:02am Monday, May 13, 2013

Volunteers Craig Winters, left, Janet Lindberg and Jason Bergstrand, project coordinator, work on moving the raised gardens from the former Otter Garden location across from the Kennedy Secondary School to a new location near the Lake Region Healthcare Walk-In Clinic. Moving the gardens to the 1.5-acre parcel of land, which was donated to Lake Region Healthcare, was one of the first phases of the new Lake Region Takes Root community garden project.

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