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Holy Infant Justice Garden provides for seniors and children

Food grown at Holy Infant nourished seniors at the monthly Food Talk meeting in January at Preiss-Steele, a housing community for seniors in Durham.

Parishioner Bobi Gallagher attended the meeting that included a lunch of salad and cooking greens from our Holy Infant Justice Garden. The garden ministry works with End Hunger Durham to meet monthly in sessions focused on recording stories of people who live on very small fixed incomes.

Spinach, kale, collards, turnip greens and cabbage were also recently donated to the Parkwood PTA Pantry. They have an increased need for the food they distribute and Holy Infant is blessed to bring them fresh, healthy greens from the garden.

Despite the cold temperatures, food is growing in the garden, so there is an ongoing need for help. Also, as you plan your home garden, please plant extra to contribute to our Lettuce Pray project.

All are invited to the Blessing of the Garden on Sunday, February 24 at 12:15pm

For more information contact Bobi Gallagher or Joanie Novak.

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