Loew's Heroes volunteer program plants flowers in two areas of Bayonne as gift to community
There are 1 comment on the The Jersey Journal story from Nov 12, 2010, titled Loew's Heroes volunteer program plants flowers in two areas of Bayonne as gift to community. In it, The Jersey Journal reports that:
Volunteers from Lowe's Home Improvements recently planted some flower beds, making the drive into Bayonne along Avenue E and visits to the war memorials in Dennis P. Collins Park more appealing.
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#1 Nov 12, 2010
Bayonne, let start VICTORY GARDENS.
It will bring folks together, feed the hungry
keep kids interested in there community as well as
have the young and old work hand and hand, The elderly have the know how and the youth have the
muscle. I'm sure there are people of all ages looking
for some ares the pitch in and make Bayonne a better place.
I have a Victory Garden going on two years, it's a blessing to know that our garden is helping feed the needy and bringing people together,
Mike D. of St Andrew's RC on 4th and Broadway
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