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Gardening

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  • Volunteering in Anne Arundel

    Annapolis Optimists Volunteers 18 and older are needed to help with the organization's youth-based programs, which include sports, Scouts, camps, charitable campaigns, teaming youth with law enforcement agencies and more. Information: 410-268-5878 or...
  • Lone star ticks may trigger a meat allergy

    Lone star ticks may trigger a meat allergy
    Last year I broke out in very itchy, weeping pustules on my legs … hands and feet but never saw any bugs on me, my clothes or my bed. At that time, I found insects on my dog. I thought it was flea dirt until I saw them move. They are round and...
  • Plant sale roundup for gardeners in Chicago and suburbs: Time to shop!

     Plant sale roundup for gardeners in Chicago and suburbs: Time to shop!
    Gardeners, we know you're ready to garden. But are you ready to shop? Following is a roundup of plant sales throughout the Chicago area and suburbs — and beyond. Sales are listed chronologically. A few pointers: Keep in mind that almost all...
  • Environmental efforts grow at Jeans School

    Environmental efforts grow at Jeans School
    Digging in the dirt is always fun for kids. When it has a purpose, it's all the better. Students at Jeans Elementary School pulled grass and weeds, dug holes, and planted flowers and plants all in the name of nature April 22 as the school celebrated...
  • Get a scrape while gardening? Treat it with medicine made from plants

    Plant-derived medicines from @BoironUSA ease muscle pain, sunburn and more. Mountain daisies and marigolds star in natural medicines that are ideal for gardeners. Determined to make the most of warmer months, many of us plant ourselves in the garden...
  • East Windsor Parks and Recreation summer jobs

    EAST WINDSOR - The East Windsor Parks and Recreation Department is looking for applicants interested in working in the Snack Bar/Gatehouse, as a Camp Counselor, as a Lifeguard, as well as Water Safety Instructor. Applicants must be 16 years of age and...
  • Community News for Enfield edition

    Student Educates and Advocates During Autism Awareness Month ENFIELD - Hollis Burt, a sixth-grader at the Enfield Montessori School, organized and facilitated presentations designed to inform students and faculty at his school about autism and its...
  • Enter the 'Mount Dora Has Talent' competition

    The City of Mount Dora will have auditions for "Mount Dora Has Talent" competition from 6 to 8 p.m. April 30 and 10 a.m. to noon May 9 at the Mount Dora Community Building, 520 N. Baker St. The contest is open to Mount Dora residents. There will be...
  • Make Illinois a rest stop for Monarch butterflies

    Make Illinois a rest stop for Monarch butterflies
    A highway commissioner from Chicago Heights and an Illinois Garden Club official from Frankfort have joined forces in a statewide campaign to provide "rest stops" for Monarch butterflies on roadsides and back yards. The population of the Monarch...
  • Glastonbury Is Organizing A Pumpkin-Growing Contest

    Glastonbury Is Organizing A Pumpkin-Growing Contest
    GLASTONBURY — David Ahlgren journeys to Maine each fall for the annual Damariscotta Pumpkinfest and Regatta. Events include underwater giant pumpkin-carving, giant pumpkins being dropped on junk cars, and a giant pumpkin catapult. So he figured,...
  • Retail Therapy: Reap (fun) and sow for Earth Day

    Hug the planet: Celebrate Earth Day at a family-friendly event from noon to 3 p.m. Saturday at the District at Tustin Legacy. Enjoy activities for all ages, food samples, giveaways, contests, music and more. Information: thedistricttl.com. Make a...