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Bullhook Blossoms helps with gardening at the club

 

Ryan Welch/Havre Daily News

Owen Linderman, 8, waters freshly planted vegetables Tuesday at the Boys & Girls Club of the Hi-Line. The Bullhook Blossoms Garden Club, for the third year in a row, helped kids, mostly ages 6 to 9, plant various plants. The plants and seeds, which were donated to this event by Downtown Gardens, will be worked on all summer and be eaten by kids of the club.

The Bullhook Blossoms Garden Club, for the third year in a row, went to the Boys & Girls Club of the Hi-Line to help kids, mostly aged 6 to 9, who are interested in gardening.

Plants and seeds, which were donated to this event by Downtown Gardens, will be worked on all summer by kids at the club and then be eaten during meals that the club offers to kids, club Executive Director Krista Solomon said.

Along with the normal introduction to gardening that Bullhook Blossoms has brought to the Boys & Girls Club in the past two years, Bullhook Blossoms, which is a local level gardening c...



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