Rain City Rotary helps move the Shorewood Culinary Arts garden

Thursday, May 30, 2013

Rain City Rotary members with Master Gardeners
Photo by Donna Eggen


Those Rain City Rotarians love to get dirty!

 On May 18, 2013 the members of Rain City Rotary helped a group of Master Gardeners disassemble the Culinary Garden at Shorewood High School. As a part of the school remodel the current site will become a parking lot, so the garden had to be moved.

Large boards that held the raised beds were pried up. Bricks and pavers were dug up. Everything was hauled to a storage area; and in the fall when the remodel is complete, the Culinary Garden will be rebuilt. 

Rain City looks forward to rebuilding the garden
Photo by Donna Eggen

Says Donna Eggen, "We look forward to helping with that!"

Rain City Rotary meets most Thursday nights at 6:30pm in the Shoreline City Hall. New people are welcome to join them!

Call 206-367-3122 or visit Rain City Rotary for more information.


1 comments:

Anonymous,  May 30, 2013 at 12:27 PM  

Thank you to everyone who helped us with this project. The garden's creation was such hard work and such a process, that to lose it would be sad. Without help from people like the rotary club and the master gardeners, we would not be able to get the garden moved in time to save it.
It truly does take a village.

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