A blogger who goes by the name of Sara Jo posted a photo of a plot of bright green leaf lettuce on the community garden club website, just before harvesting.
Sara Jo delivered the lettuce to the Pacific Agape House Food Pantry to be distributed to area residents.
The garden club plants half a dozen community plots with vegetables for the food pantry. Gardeners in the club agree to work on the community plots as well as maintaining their own squares of vegetables or flowers.
Many garden plots filled with healthy plants in the community plot have been harvested, washed bagged and delivered to Agape House, according to Susan Cunningham, who operates a garden club Blog and posts photos of the plots.
Members of the club met June 19 at the garden site on East Congress.
“Much has been done, but there is still lots to do,” said Lloyd Klinedinst, one of the garden organizers.
“Our members range from those who are at the garden almost every day to some who still have not touched their plots,” he said. “We’re in the process of contacting the latter group to see if they still intend to garden this year.”
Several items need the group’s attention, Klinedinst said.
“We will email them out later this week as business to attend to and/or items for our get-together discussions,” he said.
Readers can access and comment on the Pacific Community Garden Group website at pacificcgg.blogspot.com.