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*** NEEDED: GARDEN VOLUNTEERS for upkeep of our community plots (weeding, watering, picking/weighing/donating produce) ***
To continue growing our community, the Bridge Clinic Community Gardens (BCCG) program is paving the grounds for another successful year for the 2016 growing season for our three garden locations. The BCCG will continue to provide health education classes and activities for adults and children. Future classes and events will be posted under the Events Calendar tab. We are looking for donors and volunteers, as well as class instructors for the 2016 growing season. If you are interested please contact Bridge Clinic’s Garden Coordinator at email@example.com or by phone at 715.261-2123.
Donations can include:
Bridge Clinic Community Gardens would like to thank the following individuals, agencies, organizations & corporations for their support in developing and maintaining all of our garden sites:
Community Foundation of North Central Wisconsin*
B.A. & Esther Greenheck Foundation**
River Valley Bank
Wausau Chamber of Commerce
Rotary Club of Wausau
First Universalist Unitarian Church
Peter & Jen Freyer, DDS
Wausau YWCA Garden Club
Wausau Chemical Corporation
United HealthCare Community Plan
Bridge Community Health Clinic
Marathon County Health Department
Be Well Bakeshop
The Neighbors' Place
UW Extension - Master Gardener Program
Duane Stremlau and Kate Douma
Marathon County Red Cross
Attic Correctional Services, Inc.
Wisconsin Primary HealthCare Association
Majestic Farms Greenhouse - Brenda & Jack Koshollek
United Way of Marathon County
The Commission for a Greener Tomorrow
Wausau Parks Department
Crossroads County Market
Caring & Sharing Green, LLC
The Real Happy Hour
The Salvation Army
Marathon County Hunger Coalition
Wisconsin Public Services
United Way Emerging Leaders
*Support for this project was provided through a grant from the Marvin & Ruth (Rudie) Schuette Fund and the Wausau-Marathon County Fund administered within the Community Foundation of North Central Wisconsin.
** Support for this project was provided through the B.A. & Esther Greenheck Foundation.