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Lisle Township Food Pantry, "How does your garden grow"?

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  • Nancy Tarulis and her two grandson's begin the task of starting a new garden for Lisle Township Food Pantry

      Nancy Tarulis and her two grandson's begin the task of starting a new garden for Lisle Township Food Pantry
    Lois Biggins

 
Lois Biggins

Lisle Township Food Pantry, " How does your garden grow?"

This year Lisle Township Food Pantry has gone from being a recipient of fresh grown vegetables donated by area gardeners, and has, with the help of Nancy Tarulis, her two grandsons and several volunteers, started a vegetable garden on an unused portion of the township campus.

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Produce for the benefit of Lisle Township's Food Pantry clients is already being harvested.

Anyone interested in volunteering to help with the picking of beans, tomatoes, onions and other vegetables can contact Lisle Township at 630-968-2087. As in the past any gardener with spare produce can drop their extra harvest off at the township (4711 Indiana Avenue, Lisle, IL 60532) Monday through Friday, from 8:30 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.

With the help of a caring community Lisle Township Food Pantry will be able to help scores of families who are trying to meet their families' needs.

For more information about our pantry go to our web site www.lisletownship.com

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