December 9, 2011
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Southwestern University students will work with children from the Boys & Girls Club of Georgetown to create a vegetable garden at the southeast corner of the club facility located at 210 W. 18th St. Sarah Puffer, a sophomore at Southwestern, applied for and received a nearly $4,000 grant in October from the university for garden supplies and program materials. The purpose of the program is to stock the food pantry with fresh produce and teach children about gardening, said Joshua Carrasco, program director with the Boys & Girls Club. 868-3700, www.bgcgeorgetown.org