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New Trier freshman Alexis Woodrick, 15, uses the wheelbarrow to deliver wood chips throughout the Glencoe Community Garden during a service event Thursday, April 21, in Glencoe. Photos by Jill Dunbar/22nd Century Media
Voluneers (left to right) Julie Browne, 14, works in a tomato box with Sheila Newman, Alexis Woodrick, 15, and Glencoe Community Garden co-founder Vivian Nitzberg. The planter boxes are rotated each year with different vegetables.
Noelle Dondanville, 14, digs up a nice worm while pulling weeds.
New Trier’s Ava Shparago (left), 15, and Lauren Wittenmyer, 15, shovel recycled wood chips for the community garden.
New Trier students (left to right) Fallon Warshauer, 15, Noelle Dondanville, 14, and Annie Lee, 14, work to deliver wood chips for the walking paths.
Stella Cook, 14, digs into a very large wood chip pile with the help of Julie Browne (back), 14, and Lauren Wittenmyer, 15.
Staff Report
3:03 pm CDT April 22, 2016
Students from a New Trier freshman advisory class headed to Glencoe Thursday morning, where, the day before Earth Day, they volunteered at the Glencoe Community Garden, which is at the beginning stages of its growing season.