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Sunday, March 17, 2013

Garden Workshop: Starting Seeds on Tuesday 3/19 @ 7pm

Happy St. Patrick's Day!

Come to the Edgewood Recreation Center on Tuesday, March 19th at 7pm to start growing seeds you can take home and grow.

If you've never grown veggies from seed, come learn how... If you already do, come share your know-how and start some more seeds.

What you'll need to bring: a paper egg crate and seeds. Alternately you could bring a baking dish or (1/2 inch deep or more) tray and newspaper. Feel free to bring any other seed starting containers.

We'll provide the soil and some seeds if you don't have any. Feel free to invite your children, friends or neighbors.

See you Tuesday!

The Edgewood Garden Crew

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*sponsored & supported by the Public Service Grant Commission, a program of The George Washington University's Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service

Friday, March 1, 2013

REMINDER: Edgewood Neighborhood Cleanup TOMORROW!

Just wanted to send out a reminder that tomorrow is the Edgewood Neighborhood monthly cleanup. The group meets in front of the Edgewood Rec Center at the corner of 3rd and Evarts NE at 10:30 a.m. The cleanup is sponsored by the Friends of Edgewood Recreation Center and occurs the first Saturday of every month same time and location. The group picks up trash around the neighborhood including the rec center and has a cookout afterwards.

This is a great way to meet your neighbors and show pride in our neighborhood!

If you cannot come try and cleanup around your block today or tomorrow morning so we can cover more areas!!!