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Photo Essay: HHS Garden in Bloom

Photo Essay: HHS Garden in Bloom

Emma Quillen and Kate LaCoe

May 31, 2019

The Hershey High School Garden, planted and maintained by the Garden Club, is in full bloom. Located behind the LGI, the Garden is home to a variety of flowers and vegetables including onions, cauliflower, and broccoli.

New Season for Garden Club

The garden, located outside of Hershey High School’s cafeteria, will be filled with many new warm weather crops. Ioffreda says that most of the previous years’ crops had success, but they are excited to try many new ones this upcoming spring. (Broadcaster/ Claire Struck)b

Caroline Corcoran, Julia Cream, and Claire Strucko

April 12, 2019

The Garden Club is one of Hershey High School’s newest clubs. As the spring season approaches, the members of the club are preparing for the harvesting and planting season. Club leaders, seniors Luke Abel and Dylan Ioffreda, say they have lots of preparing to do to ensure that this season of Ga...

Garden Club’s First Day Planting

The broccoli waits to be planted. This was just one of many cold weather produce that were planted on April 21, 2017, and that won’t be harvested till late spring. (Broadcaster/Echo Rogers)

Echo Rogers, Feature Reporter

April 25, 2017

April showers bring May flowers. For Hershey High School’s Garden Club, they hope instead that April showers bring more vegetables. On April 20, 2017, Hershey High School’s Garden Club planted their first crops. About fifteen students met up at 4:30 to start the season off. Each Thursday, this ...

Garden Club Hosts Autumn Gardening

Marisa Balanda, Editor in Chief

October 7, 2016

Fall is in the air, and the Garden Club is in full swing. On Friday, October 6, Hershey High School hosted the Second Annual Community Day. During this morning of specialized activities, many students participated in fall gardening in the art courtyard near the LGI.   HHS Family and Consumer Science tea...

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