We picked our first harvest from the UUFCM youth garden to deliver to the Soup Kitchen this week! Kale, green beans, big cucumbers, and three cherry tomatoes!
The UU Youth Garden is still bursting at the seams with growing veggies! Our cucumbers are looking great, with beans, kale, chives, and tomatoes coming in nicely as well... it must be all the care our youth and volunteers are putting in!
On the last Sunday of this month, the RE team invites all children and congregation members to join us in the fellowship hall after service to complete a community mural. This mural will be an enlarged outline of one of Burnie (Auburna) Bonnell's art pieces with the colors and patterns filled in by the rest of us. Some of Burnie's other paintings are hanging in the green room, and we hope to add another that is inspired by her art and completed by her UUFCM family. You don't have to be a master artist to contribute to this project, and we want to get as many people involved as possible! If you have any questions, feel free to contact Kendra Peffers at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our UU Youth Garden is absolutely exploding with our growing kale, bean, cucumber, pepper, and tomato plants! Thank you to all the youth and RE volunteers who have been taking such good care of it.