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May 2010 • Edition 10.18

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Kevin's Korner

Grow Your Own Contest!

Growing your own food has become the oldest “new” thing to enjoy in our backyards. From lush tomatoes, cucumbers, cilantro to egg plant, peppers and squash; we realize the importance of growing our own food and its rewards.

Have your started a garden this year? Send us pictures of your vegetable garden for a chance to win a $50 Grangetto’s Gift Card!

Each month; from May – July, send us your best picture of your vegetable garden through our newsletter image upload for a chance to win!

One Winner per month; May, June & July!

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* - Please make sure attached photos are in .jpg or .gif format and under 5MB in file size.


 

Manager's Corner

Clean Air Plants

Bringing the outdoors inside is beneficial not only to one's senses, but also to one's health. NASA has done extensive research on the efficacy of plants at absorbing contaminants in the air, while converting carbon dioxide into oxygen.

We're going to take a look at some of the plants that provide pollution-free homes. By incorporating these plants into your home, you will be improving the quality of the air that you breathe, which will in turn make you feel better, perform better, and generally enjoy life more. These plants can also be easily moved outdoors; imagine a spring afternoon on your rocking chair front porch, surrounded by the very plants that offered so much pleasure inside throughout the colder months.

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