At the meeting we will have some of the 30 windows that Paul and I obtained (suitable for greenhouses). Sizes are: 33″x58″ high, 39″x58″ high, etc. Pick up at Wayne’s. 847-4614
Plant FOOD… in Robert Borten’s fertile 60′ x 60′ garden on 82nd near 224th. Four people are interested so far. Simply following 89-year-old Robert’s advice will teach you much about growing food. I have our big old Ariens roto-tiller almost ready and looking forward to using it first on the Borten Garden.
RAQUEL phoned to say her SEEDS ARE IN. While their Organic by Nature Farm is not open until April, you can phone (253) 377-8787 to arrange to come buy seeds from them.
Because inflation seems likely, and also because there is talk by a few politicians of cutting Federal benefit programs, it might be useful to take a few minutes and think seriously about what your actual personal situation would be if your income of today were cut in half. What would you lose? What tough decisions might you have to make? What would you keep, no matter what? We have rarely been forced to choose what is most important to us. We might find that it is relationships, not things, which make us happy. What would we really be forced to do. Actually, I’m sure we know people, perhaps in SRC, who have found themselves in just that situation, and were able to cope with it successfully. Maybe they could teach us.
Kimille Douglass, directress of Rainier View Montessori Academy, is looking for an accredited administrator. If you are Montessori-trained and otherwise accredited, phone her at (253) 262-3292 or cell: (253) 686-7205.
Someone in Graham should set up internet job listing services for young (or otherwise) people in Graham looking for ways to earn a few bucks. Summer is coming, school is out, and there will be strong youngsters willing to do yard work, painting, odd jobs, etc.