Milestone Reached: A Garden at Every School In Bell Gardens

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(Bell Gardens Intermediate Garden Club)

An important milestone was recognized at last week’s end of the year garden club celebration at Bell Gardens Intermediate School, where city officials, sponsors and community members marked the official opening of the “Green Paw Garden” at Suva Intermediate School, achieving the goal to open a garden in all seven public schools in Bell Gardens.

Left to right: City of Bell Gardens Mayor Pro-Tem Sergio Infanzon; Yicel Acevedo, United Latino Fund; Heidi Lopez, Los Angeles County Department of Public Health; Suva Intermediate School Principal Dr. Teresa Alonzo; Madalena Lopez, Family Health Care Centers of Greater Los Angeles; Marco Barcena; Bell Gardens Recreation and Community Services; Lani Cupchoy Project Coordinator for the Campaign for a Healthier Bell Gardens, John Garza, Co-Director for the Bell Gardens Intermediate School Environmental Garden Club, Dr. Albert Pacheco, CEO for Family Health Care Centers of Greater Los Angeles.


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June 6, 2013  Copyright © 2012 Eastern Group Publications, Inc.

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