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Members from the Borner Farm Project do some seed planting earlier this spring. (from left) James Lawton Jr., Jim Lawton, Collette Sakschek, Karl Sakschek, Diane Webster, Donadee Peterson and Mandy Huffman.

Community garden holds initial event Wednesday

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PRESCOTT -- The Borner Farm Project, a group devoted to bringing a community garden to Prescott, will have its first kick-off event from 6-8 p.m. Wednesday at United Church of Christ in Prescott.

The event will include four different kinds of soup, fresh bread, organic salads and more.

The Borner Farm Project started last summer when land was found to begin the concept.

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