[Lapham-Marquette PTG] Fw: East High Youth Farm--Goodman Community Center Grant Proposal
hansenjimmmy at yahoo.com
Tue May 25 10:25:39 EDT 2010
Please consider taking a few minutes to read the following email. The East High School farm paired with the Goodman Community Center kitchen and food pantry is an excellent combination. Our efforts to teach children how to grow and prepare food are gaining momentum. Funding is essential.
When you go to the contest page to vote, scroll down to find the projects. There are multiple pages. I found GoodmanCommunity
Center's Idea on page five. You will have to enter you email address and activate an account with Justmeans to enter your vote.
We appreciate you taking the time to review the proposal and vote. Thank you.
--- On Mon, 5/24/10, Keith Pollock <keith at goodmancenter.org> wrote:
From: Keith Pollock <keith at goodmancenter.org>
Subject: East High Youth Farm--Goodman Community Center Grant Proposal
To: "Meme Kintner"
<Meme at goodmancenter.org>, "Kirsten King"
<kking at madison.k12.wi.us>, "Norma Jean Simon" <Normajean at goodmancenter.org>, "'keith pollock'" <keith.pollock at excite.com>, "Jim Hansen External" <hansenjimmmy at yahoo.com>, "Heidi E Krattiger" <Heidi.E.Krattiger at uwsp.edu>
Date: Monday, May 24, 2010, 3:41 PM
The Goodman Community Center, Community Groundworks at Troy
Gardens, and the Madison Metropolitan School District have developed a
partnership to bring healthy organic food to a community in need.
To help fund this program we have entered our project in a
garden grant contest sponsored by Nature’s Path Organics.
Please vote for our project by following the link below.
GoodmanCommunity Center’s Idea East High Youth Farm
General Contest Page
Should take you directly to our project
To fund this project we need a large number of votes in a
short period of time. Please vote today and pass on this information to your
Voting ends May 31, 2010
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