Western Nebraska Observer - Observations all along the line - Kimball & the Southern Panhandle First

Hope for community garden has gone to seed


Aleta Pearson

Jack and Gloria Cook work in the sole plot at Kimball's Community Garden.

Jack and Gloria Cook have been enjoying the Community Garden for the past eight or nine years. For the Cooks, it's not just a way to produce their own food, it is fun and good exercise.

Jack feels that gardening is therapy for him, "Different people have different ways of relaxing. I come out here in the evenings, it's how I relax."

According to the Cooks, in years past a group of people would get together every spring and plan out their plots. Though they may not have always been there at the same time, it was really fun and everyone always had good luck with their gardens. It was a great...

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