BRUNSWICK, Ohio - Students at St. Ambrose School in Brunswick learned a hands-on lesson in helping others.
The school has a community garden that was started a few years ago by a couple of teachers. It started small but has grown substantially. "When we expanded it, we decided we should donate the food that we grow to our food pantry, The Catholic Works of Mercy and also our monthly community meals," said Janet Jancewicz from the school.
Students and teachers care for the garden. "The kids enjoy going into the garden and learning what the vegetables are," said Dawn Hill from the school.
Next year, the garden will have fruit as well. The school won 30 fruit trees in a contest.
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