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Hoping For A Rainy Day

On Saturday, community members helped install a rain garden at Bluejacket-Flint Elementary School in cooperation with Keeping Kansas City Beautiful. The organization intends the garden to be a model for other projects in the Kansas City metro area. Keeping Kansas City Beautiful hopes to create more than 10,000 rain gardens.

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Noah Randall shows off a worm he found in the Bluejacket-Flint rain garden. Noah will ...

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Kate Becker, program manager for Keeping Kansas City Beautiful, walks fourth graders Maggie Dewsberry and ...

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Tommy Herrera Sr. and his son, Tommy Jr. — a Bluejacket-Flint sixth grader — help ...

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Preston Wagone, a Bluejacket-Flint sixth grader, tends to the school's new rain garden. Students, parents ...

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Lucas Shivers, a sixth-grade teacher and Green Team sponsor at Bluejacket-Flint Elementary, speaks with Judy ...

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Shawnee students, parents, teachers and community members volunteer to install Bluejacket-Flint Elementary's rain garden Saturday.

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