Community garden float in Groesbeck 4th of July parade

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Water storage tank purchased and Ag dept at Groesbeck high school building stand. This will give our future garden more visibility. Keep tuned for updates . We are still in need of monetary donations.

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TyKisha Presley added 3 new photos — with Richard Hasting and 2 others at Dallas Farmers Market.

Out on recon winning friends & vendor hunting: I see a set-up for East Texas Aquaponics. We need to learn about that stuff for the Community Garden. Found out t...he guy who runs it is also a 20+ year seasoned software developer. He gets it. We speak the same language. I love it when a plan comes together. #talktostrangers #wewentfullnerd #communitygardensquad

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Activity at the garden site today:

Project Manager & Groesbeck resident Tony Allen oversees volunteers as the first row of raised beds are going in. Look for more details on progress, what this means and how you can play a part coming soon. #ourtown #ourfuture

Community gardens offer unique oppurtunities to prepare your kids life in the workforce as well as to thrive outside of it. #sustainability #youthskills #gbteducation

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Groesbeck Garden will have private, public and educational spaces.

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Primary zones of the Groesbeck MLK Community Garden are the Farmer's Market, a public gardening area, kid's playzone and the educational space.

What to contribute? Every service, good, dollar or donation you add is one we can apply to have matching in grant funds. It's our town & our future. Contact Us.

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Awesome way to give back & commemorate a 50th birthday. Help her make it amazing. Thank you Lisa! #gbtgarden #groesbeckgarden #gardenstory

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Rather than cards or gifts, I am asking friends and family to make a donation to a project that is near and dear... to my heart. I had to do a report on Martin Luther King, Jr. when I was in 8th grade. That research introduced me to a man who touched my soul in a profound way.

We have the opportunity to grow something amazing in our community; we have the opportunity to make The Dream come true. What better way to honor his life, than to share, as a community, the gift of growing ... LIFE?

Join me in making this Dream a reality for our community.

Thank you, I love you all!
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$120 raised of $200Ended

Just in case you needed confirmation this is it: Groesbeck Rocks!! What a great turnout for our groundbreaking event yesterday! Thank you to all who showed up as well as those who couldn't but that have said you can't wait to help in anyway possible. Let's do this for us, our kids, our town!!!!

Wouldn't it be nice to get back outside and have a sense of community? #gardenbenefits

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Special Thanks to Ellison Steel, Wilson's Contracting, Insurance Licensing Services of America, Inc., Woodsons Lumber Groesbeck Tx, Groesbeck ISD and University of Houston Industrial Design for making today possible.

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Directly after the ground breaking, the work continues. Joan - Garden board leader, meets with design team members Mark Williams & Vi Truong to review revisions, progress updates & analysis stats. Lead Designer, Williams took to the streets to discuss the project with locals. #groesbeckgarden #gbtgarden #gardenstory

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The people supported, the weather cooperated, the ground was broken & the ribbon cut. Thanks so much for your continued support for our town & our future. #communitystrong #groesbeckgarden

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The Groesbeck MLK Community Garden is about unity, growth & community.

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Tomorrow - TUESDAY the 28th @ 10:00 am - marks a new milestone for this project to show unity in our community. Come out, show support, ask questions & meet those involved.

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