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Program designed for young people interested in gardening [Highland/Fulton]

If you have a child who is interested in gardening, then you may find this next item of interest. Carolyn Kulp, my go-to lady from the University of Maryland Extension- Howard County, is pleased to announce a new gardening series geared to tweens and teens between the ages of 11 and 17. It’s called “Vegetable Gardening and Composting.” All you need is a plot of land that gets lots of sunlight, some work and a little know-how to enjoy fresh, healthy produce. The Master Gardeners will show you how to establish your garden and sustain it with your own compost. You will learn the secret of composting by building a no-odor compost bucket for use in your garden. Come to the Savage Branch of the Howard County Library (9525 Durness Lane, Laurel) on Saturday, March 24, from 1 to 3 p.m. No registration is necessary- just show up!

The Lime Kiln Middle School Lime Lighter students who have demonstrated their ability to “ROAR” - responsible, respectful and academically focused for the week ending March 9 were: Carolyn O'Rourke, Gianna Schlossnagle, Jack Hadeed, Elena Walter, Riya Patel, Grace Weirich, Cameron Lippert, Christian Maiorana, Maria Emmons and Aidan Kristo.

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There’s still time to stop by the Miller Branch of the Howard County Library to see the work of Fulton Elementary School students Katie Duvall and Rosalind Tayag who have their art work on display through March 28. Congratulations to Katie and Rosalind.

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