Raised Bed Garden built for Community Options

Altrusans Diane Winger, Lorie Bollig, and Joyce Loss (center row)  join teacher Robyn Unger (back row, far right) and her 4th grade class and people from Community Options by the new raised bed garden being built at a group home.

Thanks to funding from Altrusa, and lots of hard work by Northside Elementary students, Community Options staff and clients, a new raised bed garden has been created at a group home for developmentally disabled Montrose residents.

Robyn Unger's 4th grade class used their math skills to help design and build the garden's wooden structure.  In addition to the raised bed, the students and adults associated with Community Options cleared old roots and debris for additional landscaping at the group home.  Within the next several weeks, the gardens will really take shape as flowers are planted.

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