(DEBBIE NODA/dnoda@modbee.com) - Juliana Cisneros, staff member, Nora Luna and Maria Toscano, parents, and Nelda Parman, parent mentor plant peas.  Twelve families participated in planting a fall season community garden October 15, 2010 at the Sierra Vista Drop-In Resource Center.  Lettuce, onions, garlic, celery, peas and flowers were planted in small labeled family plots.
(DEBBIE NODA/dnoda@modbee.com) - Juliana Cisneros, staff member, Nora Luna and Maria Toscano, parents, and Nelda Parman, parent mentor plant peas. Twelve families participated in planting a fall season community garden October 15, 2010 at the Sierra Vista Drop-In Resource Center. Lettuce, onions, garlic, celery, peas and flowers were planted in small labeled family plots.
(DEBBIE NODA/dnoda@modbee.com) - Juliana Cisneros, staff member, Nora Luna and Maria Toscano, parents, and Nelda Parman, parent mentor plant peas. Twelve families participated in planting a fall season community garden October 15, 2010 at the Sierra Vista Drop-In Resource Center. Lettuce, onions, garlic, celery, peas and flowers were planted in small labeled family plots.

Modesto family support center plants community garden

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