Elders’ blossoming garden reaps joy

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Community reaps benefit from garden initiative

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Cultivating a new garden for the elders

[apss_share] This summer at the Turtle Bay Elders’ Lodge, staff has been taking steps to expand the garden that is being built on the lot. The garden project was first proposed by the Lodge’s activity department and was initially approved for funding by the board of the Kahnawake Shako’tiiatakehnhas Community Services (KSCS)