Rabu, 09 Oktober 2013

Bus Tour “reveals” Flourishing Community Gardens

PGA TOUR Superstore has 16 retail locations. The superstores are owned and operated by Golf & Tennis Pro Shop, Inc., whose controlling owner and chairman is Arthur M. Blank, retired Home Depot co-founder and owner of the Atlanta Falcons. Blank became a Trustee of The First Tee in January 2012, committing $1 million to the youth development organization.

"I'm really disappointed not to be playing this year," said Murray. "I love playing in front of my home crowd, it's a great atmosphere. All the players look forward to competing in London and I'll be doing my best to qualify again for the tournament next year." The Tour Finals event will be held Nov. 4-11 at London's O2 Arena.

Riders listened to Spell, now president of the West River Neighborhood Association and a Land Trust board member, describe howcommunity gardens have become gathering places, oases of peace, hope, and good nutrition for Newhallville neighbors. The gardens bounty is distributed through informal channels providing an array of healthful vegetables, often augmenting the grocery lists of those with strained budgets and limited options. Newhallvillles two Starr Street gardenswere the first stop on what would be a truncated tour, owing to darkening skies andperiodic rain. At each planned stop, the tour was greeted by local volunteer-managers who described their work andrespective missions.

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