The Kiwanis Club of Trail recently presented a $500 cheque to Gina Ironmonger to help relocate the incrEDIBLE trail Food Bank Garden. (From left): Chris Vlanich, secretary; Wayne Hodgson, treasurer; Gina Ironmonger, incrEDIBLE trail; President Al Pasin; and Peter Thiessen, vice president. The incrEDIBLE trail Food Bank Garden has been such a success the past few years that the volunteer group had to find a larger space that its Rossland Avenue digs. After the city approved relocating the site to Riverside Avenue earlier this year, the volunteers had to come up with $1,000 to set up a new water line for 34+ planters.

Trail Kiwanis help relocate food bank garden

The volunteer gardeners recently moved their planters from the Gulch to Riverside Avenue

SHERI REGNIER

Trail Times

The volunteer gardeners recently moved their planters from the Gulch to Riverside Avenue

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