Global grant project is growing tall in Korea

By Rotary International From the May 2016 issue of The Rotarian
Every Tuesday at 1 p.m., students at Andong Yeongmyeong School wait for their Rotarian friends to arrive. Occasionally, they play sports or go on field trips such as attending a baseball game. But the real reason they get together is to work in a greenhouse, planting seeds and harvesting lettuce leaves. Later, they take the tenderly plucked leaves to a restaurant owned by another Rotarian. With the money they earn, the students invest in more seeds and equipment.
The Rotarians from clubs in Andong, 200 kilometers southeast of Seoul, are mentors at the… …read more

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