The Brunswick breaks new ground for gardens

On May 19th, students from the Horticulture Academy at Abraham Lincoln High School in Philadelphia donated their day to create a new garden for the 100+ residents at The Brunswick at Attleboro, a Personal Care Community in Langhorne Borough. Lincoln High School students were responsible for the design and implementation of the new garden.

On their day off, the students donated over five hours of their time to put it all in to place. This time did not include the countless hours spent in development.

Along with the students, Dylan Thomas, a fifth grader at Herbert Hoover in Langhorne, and some of the residents and staff of The Brunswick were out in the gardens volunteering as well.

This day brought many generations together to develop a place for the community to enjoy. The Brunswick at Attleboro is proud to be cultivating relationships with the community at large, and hopes this is the beginning of many more events and opportunities to come.

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The Brunswick Breaks New Grounds for Gardens

This past Tuesday, May 19, 2015 students from the Horticulture Academy at Abraham Lincoln High School, in Philadelphia, donated their day to creating a new garden for the 100+ residents at The Brunswick at Attleboro, a Personal Care Community in Langhorne Borough.

Lincoln High School students were responsible for the design and implementation of the new garden. On their day off, the students donated over 5 hours of their time to put it all in to place. This time did not include the countless hours spent in development. Along with the students, Dylan Thomas a 5th grader at Herbert Hoover in Langhorne and some of the residents and staff of The Brunswick were out in the gardens volunteering as well. This day brought many generations together to develop a place for the community to enjoy.

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