Published June 7, 2016 on Morgan Hill Life’s website
By Robert Airoldi
The 2016 Leadership Morgan Hill class is raising funds by selling commemorative bricks for its project at Central High School in northern Morgan Hill. The class project is the construction of a community garden that will be located on the edge of the school grounds. It’ll be a place of tranquility that anyone can come and enjoy it. The class needs to raise about $12,000 and bricks start at $100 and can be purchased until July 1.
“We call it a community oasis,” Central Principal Vera Gomes said. “This summer, my students will volunteer and any groups that want to help can volunteer. It’ll be a beautiful focal point for the community as well as for the school.”
For more details, look at the flyer below.
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