Many thanks to all those who supported us last Wednesday and contributed to the Great Give. Your donations to RRL count. We raised enough money to run a new Read a Recipe for Literacy program in Florida starting next September! Sincere thanks from all of us. More to follow about the new
The RRL children went on a field trip to Charnews Farm recently and had a wonderful time. They were treated to a tour of the Agriculture center by one of our most loyal and dedicated partners, Denise Markut. Denise is the Stewardship Manager at Charnews and has been involved with RRL for years.
The children at Melaleuca Elementary continue to work. The April 3rd Read a Recipe for Literacy session included a photo opportunity. A lot of smiles, which means something.
Our Floridian garden is booming and blooming. Here are a few shots taken on a gorgeous southern Florida day. We’ve got peaches and Barbados cherries and…..you get to guess what’s on the tree.
The children are getting ready to celebrate the Spring. We’re thinking organic eggs with natural dyes made from our own herb garden. We’re also thinking of those egg shells as compost. What comes around goes around.
Read a Recipe for Literacy requires community engagement, and engagement there was. Ada Medina-Solorzano gave a wonderful presentation at the Palm Beach Library this week, demonstrating what she teaches our children. Community, communication, healthful eating practices, exercise. The talk was stimulating and informative. Chef hats off to Ada.