Flagler County Department of Juvenile Justice Council’s- Community Garden
Individual Youth, Youth Groups, and Youth Clubs are invited to participate in this valuable activity helping to Feed Flagler’s Hungry! A Community Garden has been developed in Bunnell, for youth to volunteer and obtain Community Service hours. Vegetables have been planted and items are beginning to be harvested. Youth Volunteers are needed Monday, Wednesday, and Friday’s, 3:30pm -5:30pm, and Saturday mornings, from 9:00am -12 noon. ALL proceeds from the garden will be donated to local food banks. Be part of this innovative way to give back to your community and at the same time obtain Community Service Hours! Participants will be required to complete Participation Forms & Waiver, obtain their own transportation to and from the garden, and bring drinking water.
Dress appropriately and come prepared to get down & dirty!
Detailed information can be obtained by calling: The Flagler County Youth Center at 386-437-7540 X5101
Preparation for the Spring 2010 planting, at the Flagler County DJJ Council’s Community Garden has begun!
Check out the photos:
Getting it Straight”- Marsha Zeller, a member of the Flagler County DJJ Council’s Community Garden’s Advisory Board, instructs (L-R) Roodson Aime and Daniel Marashi, on the need to make straight rows when planting vegetables. Both youth are members of the Flagler County Youth Center’s Community Service Volunteer Club.
“Team Effort”- Members of Flagler County Teen Court & Youth Center’s Community Service Volunteers work hard preparing Community Garden, and planting onions for the Spring harvest.
While in the background, Nicholas Nottingham weeds the garden, and Brandon Riddick loads the wheelbarrow with fresh soil, Amylia Pronesti plants onions with (L-R) Roodson Aime, Daniel Marshi, and Michael Castro (Back) supervising.