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April 14, 2013 at 6:29 PM

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New P-Patch digs for Magnolia park


Top left: The grand opening celebration of the Magnolia Manor Park P-Patch took place at the volunteer-built community garden in the Magnolia neighborhood of Seattle. Michaela Clancy turns the soil in her section at the new P-Patch on Sunday, April 14, 2013. Top right: Heather Ussery, left, with Umpqua Bank and Susan Casey, right, Chair of Friends of Magnolia Manor Park cut a ribbon to commemorate the grand opening of the Magnolia Manor Park P-Patch. Bottom: Various plots are viewed by neighbors and gardeners at the grand opening of the Magnolia Manor Park P-Patch in Seattle -- a volunteer-built community garden.

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