Last Saturday morning, the kindergarten outdoor area and garden at Oak View School in Huntington Beach had a complete makeover. Student volunteers from Orange County's Community Service Program, Oak View neighbors and Saddleback Church volunteers came together to make a difference.
|Mulch being delivered.|
Their task was to clean and weed the garden, replace lost soil and apply 15 cubic yards of mulch that was donated by Agromin. Volunteers were guided by Dr. Francene Kaplan from the Costa Mesa Sanitary District who talked to the volunteers about the importance of mulching and composting.
|Volunteers hard at work.|
After a morning of intense work, coupled with lots of community pride, the garden now looks fantastic!
|Volunteers of all ages came to help.|
|Volunteers had fun too!|
|The finished garden.|
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