NEW GARDEN—Lorenzo DeAngelis, principal at Kennett Middle School, looks over the new raised bed garden that was installed outside of the school. In the spring, students will grow vegetables, and when ready will be donated to the Kennett Food Cupboard. DeAngelis said it's an excellent way for students to learn about plants and gardening, and giving back at the same time.
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