Knolls Elementary gets a new garden!

IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers GROWING THEIR OWN - Rotary Club of Simi Sunrise members Hal Ward, who owns landscaping company Shamrock Irrigation, and Darryl Nind fill up a raised planter with soil before Knolls Elementary School kindergarteners join them to help plant seeds for their new garden on Monday, March 10.

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GROWING THEIR OWN – Rotary Club of Simi Sunrise members Hal Ward, who owns landscaping company Shamrock Irrigation, and Darryl Nind fill up a raised planter with soil before Knolls Elementary School kindergarteners join them to help plant seeds for their new garden on Monday, March 10.



IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers GROWING THEIR OWN - Rotary Club of Simi Sunrise community services chairperson Lynne Kline Knolls Elementary School kindergartener Cameron Tabora how to plant cucumber seeds in their new raised bed garden, built by Rotary volunteers at the school on Monday, March 10.

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GROWING THEIR OWN – Rotary Club of Simi Sunrise community services chairperson Lynne Kline Knolls Elementary School kindergartener Cameron Tabora how to plant cucumber seeds in their new raised bed garden, built by Rotary volunteers at the school on Monday, March 10.



IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers GROWING THEIR OWN - Rotary Club of Simi Sunrise community services chairperson Lynne Kline shows her granddaughter Ashlynne van Pietersom, left, and fellow Knolls Elementary School kindergartener Diana Gaytan how to plant some flower seeds in their new raised bed garden, built by Rotary volunteers at the school on Monday, March 10.

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GROWING THEIR OWN – Rotary Club of Simi Sunrise community services chairperson Lynne Kline shows her granddaughter Ashlynne van Pietersom, left, and fellow Knolls Elementary School kindergartener Diana Gaytan how to plant some flower seeds in their new raised bed garden, built by Rotary volunteers at the school on Monday, March 10.



IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers GROWING THEIR OWN - Parent volunteer Esther Rojas helps Knolls Elementary School kindergartener Elise Phenicie fill a seedling planter with fertilized soil, which will grow into a vegetable seedling the kindergarteners can plant in their new garden. The garden, a Rotary Club of Simi Sunrise project built on Monday, March 10, features six raised bed planters for flowers and food.

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GROWING THEIR OWN – Parent volunteer Esther Rojas helps Knolls Elementary School kindergartener Elise Phenicie fill a seedling planter with fertilized soil, which will grow into a vegetable seedling the kindergarteners can plant in their new garden. The garden, a Rotary Club of Simi Sunrise project built on Monday, March 10, features six raised bed planters for flowers and food.

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