Our final Memorial Garden workday of the season is Tuesday, October 12 at 5:30 P.M. Please join us with your gloves and garden tools and bring some friends or fellow parishioners who have not experienced our fun and fellowship! We always have great conversation with our snacks and libations afterwards! Thank you to the volunteers who continue to ensure our garden remains beautiful.
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