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Spring has been kind to the Los Alamos Youth Food Project. The Family YMCA is finalizing some permits and solidifying infrastructure support for the garden site and is gearing up to engage community members to join the Y Earth Service Corps (YESC) youth as they begin planting seedlings on site.
The month of May found Los Alamos Middle School students recording a commercial for local radio station KRSN AM 1490, to solicit volunteers to assist youth in creating a community garden that will aide the teachings of math, science, geography and more.
Akash Dighe and Andres Maestas provided the musical interlude, and along with several classmates, added to the project by sharing additional information.
“I like recording commercials and working with my classmates,” Dighe said. “To be together as one in the community and to help grow food.”
The commercial was a spring board into the May 23, ground breaking event, as the LAYFP held an official shovel-in-the-dirt work party to formally recognize the hard work of many that helped bring the State Farm Youth Advisory Board Grant effort to this point.
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