Rose RootZone Sept Iss.3: Gardener Service Hours Tally

Rose Roots Gardeners,

Attached below is a tally of our gardener service hours as of Sept 16, 2021 including both online logged and barn logged totals. You gardeners have surpassed 1,000 hours in service to your garden community. Congrats you busy bees! Thank you for all the work you do to make our garden a beautiful nurturing and welcoming place. We have had so much positive feedback from local community who enjoy walking by and seeing everything thriving. We can only guess at how many people's days are made more special watching the gardening season unfold at Rose Roots.

With only 6 weeks left in the gardening season, we encourage you to fulfill your 12 required service hours through weeding in community spaces, helping on work days, and attending community meetings and events you can find on our calendar Here. If you are unable to fulfill the 12 required service hours, we appreciate your contribution of $7/hour if the required hours aren't met by October 31. We will provide you with a final tally and checks or cash can be submitted to the white drop box in the barn. As we have a waiting list of eager gardeners each year for plots, members who have not met their service hour requirement or contributed monetarily, will not be assigned a plot next season.

For ease of tallying and accuracy, future logging of hours this season will be available online only Here. Let us know if you have any questions or note any inaccuracies in the attached service hour summary. Happy Harvest Season and be sure to join us on Sat Oct 23 from 2-4 pm for an end of season potluck along with the City party trailer and fun activities for all. Keep an eye out for the sign-up form. We will also have an end of season final work party Sat Oct 30th so please join us to help put our garden to bed until next season.



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