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Great job, Mr. Skinner!!! Glad to see the Horticulture program is moving forward providing new ideas and technology.
Class of 98 and 99.
Students from the Diners Club and Horticulture Club joined forces Monday evening to serve a fundraising feast for Penn College’s community garden. The garden already includes a hydroculture section that is producing lettuce each week, with tomatoes, cucumbers and egg plants soon to follow. The vegetables are used by Dining Services and Le Jeune Chef Restaurant. Money raised from the around 150 dinners sold Monday will be used to add raised beds that will grow root vegetables, legumes and some fruits. The produce is also sold in conjunction with bake sales in The Market on Wednesdays.