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Re: [berkeleygardens] Problem with C Row water

Elizabeth ANDERSON
 

No water is coming from the B row either tonight. At least up at the Tremont end. 

On Jul 1, 2017, at 14:01, Sarah Hutt sarahhutt@... [berkeleygardens] <berkeleygardens-noreply@...> wrote:

 

To all

There is another water break on the C Row so the water to only Row C  has been turned off.  Do we have a plumber in our membership ??

The water on the main path is still on  - A + B rows - so you can get water from there 

Due to the holidays (our resident garden plumber is out of town for the weekend)  the water will be off until at least Wednesday.

Sorry for the inconvenience but VERY thankful a gardener was very observant and called it in.
   - she heard a loud gurgling sound when she passed the irrigation station by garden C134 

Her quick action caught the leak before we lost too much water.

Remember we pay for the water we use so its very important to catch leaks of any kind.

Happy Fourth of July to all

Sarah


Problem with C Row water

Sarah Hutt
 

To all
There is another water break on the C Row so the water to only Row C  has been turned off.  Do we have a plumber in our membership ??

The water on the main path is still on  - A + B rows - so you can get water from there 

Due to the holidays (our resident garden plumber is out of town for the weekend)  the water will be off until at least Wednesday.

Sorry for the inconvenience but VERY thankful a gardener was very observant and called it in.
   - she heard a loud gurgling sound when she passed the irrigation station by garden C134 

Her quick action caught the leak before we lost too much water.

Remember we pay for the water we use so its very important to catch leaks of any kind.

Happy Fourth of July to all

Sarah


Re: [berkeleygardens] Berkeley Garden background info for SE Garden Tour [2 Attachments]

Jenny Miller <jenny@...>
 

It's really awesome to have this history documented!

On Wed, Jun 14, 2017 at 5:39 PM Sarah Hutt sarahhutt@... [berkeleygardens] <berkeleygardens-noreply@...> wrote:
To all,

Preparations are being made for Saturdays South End Garden Tour.  If you are thinking of participating by being in your garden for a couple of hours let me know - we are in the process of putting together a brief description of some of the gardens and a walking map - we’d like to include you.

For those volunteering we put together the following history about the garden  -   I thought I’d share this info with all of you.

Most people coming through the garden ask how the garden was formed, how we are organized, and what we plant.  Attached is some information and links to the web site that John has maintained that can offer more.

Attached 
Brief history of the garden by Julie Stone one of the early organizers who some of our long time gardeners worked with to establish Berkeley Community Garden-more info on the web site <www.berkeleygardens.org>

Garden Rules that everyone receives in the spring -  but if you can’t find yours or have some questions they are on the web site:  <http://berkeleygardens.org/gardeners/resources/index.html>

Wondering about the new trees? or The posts with red tops: <http://berkeleygardens.org/blog/index.html>

New Members intro to the garden

If anyone has any comments about this information please let us know.
Hope this information is useful
Garden Leadership
--
Jenny Miller
@jennyb_miller


Berkeley Garden background info for SE Garden Tour

Sarah Hutt
 

To all,

Preparations are being made for Saturdays South End Garden Tour.  If you are thinking of participating by being in your garden for a couple of hours let me know - we are in the process of putting together a brief description of some of the gardens and a walking map - we’d like to include you.

For those volunteering we put together the following history about the garden  -   I thought I’d share this info with all of you.

Most people coming through the garden ask how the garden was formed, how we are organized, and what we plant.  Attached is some information and links to the web site that John has maintained that can offer more.

Attached 
Brief history of the garden by Julie Stone one of the early organizers who some of our long time gardeners worked with to establish Berkeley Community Garden-more info on the web site <www.berkeleygardens.org>

Garden Rules that everyone receives in the spring -  but if you can’t find yours or have some questions they are on the web site:  <http://berkeleygardens.org/gardeners/resources/index.html>

Wondering about the new trees? or The posts with red tops: <http://berkeleygardens.org/blog/index.html>

New Members intro to the garden

If anyone has any comments about this information please let us know.
Hope this information is useful
Garden Leadership


Monday night clean up and social hour

Sarah Hutt
 

To all
Sorry for late notice - clean up tonight - reminder Saturday is South End Garden Tour so please clean up your garden and help remove any trash you see accumulated around the garden. Tonight is trash night -
Folks will be in the garden tonight if you want to just swing by and ask questions or talk about the rat infestation.

onday night clean up and social hour
6 - 7PM

Thanks All


Rain out for tonights Clean up and Social Hour

Sarah Hutt
 

To all
Due to the rainy weather outlook we are postponing Monday Night Clean Up tonight and will postpone it until next Monday, June 12th

Please note:  Saturday June 17th is South End Garden Tour which we are part of

In preparation for that event we are asking everyone to pitch in and pick up any trash or other debris around your garden, in the common areas, and remove all trash in your garden before the event.

If anyone would like to help out on Saturday, June 17th representing the garden to visitors please respond to this email

Thanks all

Berkeley Garden

Berkeley Community Gardens
FACEBOOK/Berkeley Gardens




Re: [berkeleygardens] Rat, Rabbits, and whatever else you see in the garden

Joe Antoun
 

Hi

I am willing to help. I have seen several holes/tunnels in and around my plot.  C-150.  Not sure what to do.  Will be putting in chickenwire but aside from that I am a little lost.

Joe Antoun

C-150

On May 28, 2017 at 11:56 AM "Sarah Hutt sarahhutt@... [berkeleygardens]" <berkeleygardens-noreply@...> wrote:

 

 

Hey folks

We are going to need to pull together ---As most of you are aware construction season in the neighborhood has started and the ground in the South End gently rumbles throughout the day.

The rats that live in the city sewers are being jostled out, construction is destroying their dens so they are relocating  -- looking for new places to set up nests.  The sewer drains that are located along the A Row alley side of the garden bring rats directly into the  garden looking for places to live.  

The only way we could stop it would be to seal the drains and we all know that isn’t going to happen.

Ted B104 has taken on the task, working with a certified exterminator  to bait the garden and monitor the rat population. You have probably seen the traps in the common areas and, if you are gardening in the A Row.   If you’d like to help him respond to this email.

Over the past few weeks more sightings have been called in along the C Row - if you are having problems please respond to this email so action can be taken.

To keep the rats population manageable - we know we aren’t going to ever get rid of them all - but we can lower the infestation if we all pitch in and make a few changes…..

1.  If you are in the A Row and have a trap keep it horizontal and accessible.

2.  Clean out your garden of anything that you are not using for gardening.  Do not use your garden for storage
 
3.  Remove all wood and anything that is not being used 
 
4.  Get buckets and bags off the ground by at least 12 “ so the rats can’t nest undisturbed under them and we can put a trap underneath.

5.  If you have a bird feeder please keep any extra seed in a sealed container and don’t let the seed gather on the ground.

6.  If you are composting the same thing goes - make sure it isn’t attracting rats.

If we all work together we can manage this - help your neighbor - 
Please let me know if you have any questions - 

Thanks

Berkeley Community Gardens
FACEBOOK/Berkeley Gardens



 


 


Rat, Rabbits, and whatever else you see in the garden

Sarah Hutt
 

Hey folks

We are going to need to pull together ---As most of you are aware construction season in the neighborhood has started and the ground in the South End gently rumbles throughout the day.

The rats that live in the city sewers are being jostled out, construction is destroying their dens so they are relocating  -- looking for new places to set up nests.  The sewer drains that are located along the A Row alley side of the garden bring rats directly into the  garden looking for places to live.  

The only way we could stop it would be to seal the drains and we all know that isn’t going to happen.

Ted B104 has taken on the task, working with a certified exterminator  to bait the garden and monitor the rat population. You have probably seen the traps in the common areas and, if you are gardening in the A Row.   If you’d like to help him respond to this email.

Over the past few weeks more sightings have been called in along the C Row - if you are having problems please respond to this email so action can be taken.

To keep the rats population manageable - we know we aren’t going to ever get rid of them all - but we can lower the infestation if we all pitch in and make a few changes…..

1.  If you are in the A Row and have a trap keep it horizontal and accessible.

2.  Clean out your garden of anything that you are not using for gardening.  Do not use your garden for storage
3.  Remove all wood and anything that is not being used 
4.  Get buckets and bags off the ground by at least 12 “ so the rats can’t nest undisturbed under them and we can put a trap underneath.

5.  If you have a bird feeder please keep any extra seed in a sealed container and don’t let the seed gather on the ground.

6.  If you are composting the same thing goes - make sure it isn’t attracting rats.

If we all work together we can manage this - help your neighbor - 
Please let me know if you have any questions - 

Thanks

Berkeley Community Gardens
FACEBOOK/Berkeley Gardens




Happy Monday -

Sarah Hutt
 

To all

Monday night clean up and social hour is CANCELED for tonight

due to rain forecast it was decided to call off clean up now 

We apologize for any inconvenience and if you really want to go out and do some hours there are always tasks that need to be done
Be sure to post your hours at cleanups@...
include your name, plot number, amount of time you worked, and description of what you did - send pictures if you have them
  • pick up trash - this is a never ending job due to the construction of our fences - until that changes trash will accumulate inside the garden -
  • Tremont End — common area patio - reset chairs and clean around area
  • If you are handy with tools garden B126 needs help fixing their gate if you are interested respond to info@...
  • Interested in a special project send inquires to info@...
thanks all
happy gardening

Berkeley Community Gardens
FACEBOOK/Berkeley Gardens




plant sale in garden on Saturday

Sarah Hutt
 

Hi all

Just wanted to make sure you were aware that the garden will be loaded with people from 10 - 2 for the Trustees Plant Sale.

On Friday plants, supplies, and some hay bales will be delivered to the garden sometime during 9am - 5pm.  Everything will be wrapped with caution tape. So if you see anyone messing around take their picture and call 911.  

We will be keeping the garden gates locked on Friday once the plants are delivered.  Please bring your key and please lock the gates behind out.

Most of the display and the checkout will be outside the gate on Tremont Street. There will be a plant sale banner mounted on the Tremont fence, with four chalkboards for additional direction for customers.The goal is to keep the gate and pathways unobstructed for use by all. But most likely they will go into the garden to set up in open areas.  

Setup on Saturday will begin at 7 AM.  Sale is 10AM-2PM, with breakdown for an hour or so following. 

Plants & seedlings:
·         native perennials like nodding onion, great angelica, trout lily, and ostrich fern
·         woody natives like moosewood, maleberry, and bayberry and 80 more native species
·         classic heirloom and hybrid tomatoes, eggplant, sweet & hot peppers, greens, cucumbers & more
·         compact and disease resistant vegetables well suited for urban gardens
·         medicinal herbs like ashwaganda, horehound and lemon balm
·         full perennial list: http://bit.ly/2qMvb3N
·         full annual list: http://bit.ly/2pJJCb6
 
Gardening Supplies:
·         cover crop seed: red clover, field pea, tillage radish, winter rye
·         organic fertilizers, amendments & pest solutions: Cheep Cheep, fish emulsion, Pro-Gro, kaolin clay, Azomite - in garden-sized amounts
·         season extension/pest prevention materials: hoops & row cover
·         organic compost-based potting soil in full and half bags

If you would like to help with the sale or have any questions, let me know.
Sarah


C Row water is fixed and back on

Sarah Hutt
 

thank you Steve for fixing the water break

To all - if you see water pooling on the ground or a leak in one of the facuets please report it.

Luckily one of our gardeners noticed in the C Row that the water was pooling when it shouldn’t have been and we were able to save the garden a huge water bill.

Don’t forget -Trustee Plant sale in garden Saturday

If you are doing work hours send them in to: cleanups@berkeleygardens.org

thanks


Berkeley Community Gardens
info@berkeleygardens.org
cleanups@berkeleygardens.org
www.berkeleygardens.org
FACEBOOK/Berkeley Gardens


Plant Sales, May 13 & 20, 10AM-2PM at City Natives and the Berkeley Community Garden

Sarah Hutt
 

This is a reminder for the Trustees sale - the May 20th date is in Berkeley Community Garden
Thanks all


Hello All, 
Writing to make sure you and your gardeners know about the upcoming plant sales. Please share the info below with friends and fellow gardeners. Thanks,
 
Trustees Plant Sales May 13 & May 20
 
Looking for great quality native perennials, and vegetable, herb and flower seedlings for your garden? Trustees Boston Community Gardens has you covered with plant sales this Saturday and next in Mattapan and the South End. Our plants are grown using sustainable practices at City Natives, Trustees’ nursery in Mattapan, in our compost-heated greenhouse. Trustees staff and volunteers will be on hand to help with plant selection and offer gardening tips. Trustees members get 10% off, plus special incentives for joining at both sales.
 
Saturday, May 13 | 10AM – 2PM
City Natives | 30 Edgewater Drive, Mattapan
Check out & share the Facebook event.
Saturday, May 20 | 10AM – 2PM
Berkeley Community Garden | 500 Tremont Street, South End
Check out & share the Facebook event.
 
Plants & seedlings:
·         native perennials like nodding onion, great angelica, trout lily, and ostrich fern
·         woody natives like moosewood, maleberry, and bayberry and 80 more native species
·         classic heirloom and hybrid tomatoes, eggplant, sweet & hot peppers, greens, cucumbers & more
·         compact and disease resistant vegetables well suited for urban gardens
·         medicinal herbs like ashwaganda, horehound and lemon balm
·         full perennial list: http://bit.ly/2qMvb3N
·         full annual list: http://bit.ly/2pJJCb6
 
Gardening Supplies:
·         cover crop seed: red clover, field pea, tillage radish, winter rye
·         organic fertilizers, amendments & pest solutions: Cheep Cheep, fish emulsion, Pro-Gro, kaolin clay, Azomite - in garden-sized amounts
·         season extension/pest prevention materials: hoops & row cover
·         organic compost-based potting soil in full and half bags
 
Workshops:
·         DIY Garden Structures with Adam Monroy: learn to build a simple composter, fence, and trellis – City Natives 5/13, 10AM
·         Container Gardening with Jenny Haupt: learn to grow a thriving container garden using repurposed materials  – City Natives 5/13, 11AM
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Jeremy Dick
Stewardship Manager, Boston Community Gardens
 
Trustees  |  Boston Office
200 High Street, 4th Floor  |  Boston, MA 02110
jdick@...  |  617.542.7696 x 2114 (phone)  
 


Compost and clean up

Sarah Hutt
 

To all - there is still soil in the garden see image below

PLEASE be sure to lock gates behind you to discourage neighbors from thinking the soil is free to the public

remember 2 wheel barrows each 
or 10 buckets
or 5 rice bags

hopefully everyone that wants some will get some.

Today is neighborhood clean up - I have been removing the 5 gallon water bottles - if anyone sees wood or trash consider making a trip over to Washington Street by the Dog Park and adding it to the pile
Thanks All


Compost delivery tomorrow FRIDAY May 5

Sarah Hutt
 

To all

Rain or Shine the compost WILL be delivered tomorrow.  

There will be 4 truck loads which will start at 8:30 AM (approximate time )

deliveries will stop at NOON

The Compost Committee will be there tomorrow to meet the deliveries.  Thank you to the Compost Committee for taking on this task.

Everyone that takes soil will need to sign in.

We are hoping that everyone can get some soil so we are limited how much sail everyone can take.

Everyone gets 2 wheelbarrow full of soil 
or
you can load up 10 (5 gallon ) buckets
or
you can fill 5 rice bags

The gates will be kept locked while we have soil to protect it from the general public walking through our pile

Please bring your key to get in the garden and ALWAYS lock the gate behind you.

Thanks everyone

Compost Committee



Trustee sponsored Event in Berkeley Community Garden

Sarah Hutt
 

Dear Gardeners
This is a special request for your participation in an event the Trustees of the Reservation will be holding in the garden.

A Night of Live Stories in the Garden
August 16 (rain date August 17) 
6-9PM
Admission Free

The Trustees will be partnering with PRX Podcast Garage in Allston to do a storytelling event at Berkeley.  <https://www.podcastgarage.org>

They are proposing the event be designed around the dinner time so people will be encouraged to bring a picnic or the the Trustees may have a food truck parked at one end of the park.

Gardeners, neighbors, and Podcast Garage storytellers will be invited to sign up in advance to tell a story related to the theme “Taking Root.”

The evening will begin with folks mingling and one-on-one participatory storytelling with prompts placed around the garden.

The program will consist of a series of short performances by storytellers selected in advance. 

This is a free event and open to all.

In preparation for the event the Trustees are looking for your ideas for the event.    They are looking for volunteers who are interested in planning or helping on the day of the event.

They are aware we are a bilingual garden so are interested in help with translation.  

If anyone has any ideas about how to make the event inclusive for gardeners who speak languages other than English. 

Anyone that participates will of course be given garden credit for their work.

Please respond to this email.
Thanks


Re: [berkeleygardens] Event reminder: Compost, Clean up, Plant Sale, Garden Tour................

Joe Antoun
 

I will be there to greet the truck etc.

On April 28, 2017 at 10:49 AM "Sarah Hutt sarahhutt@... [berkeleygardens]" <berkeleygardens-noreply@...> wrote:

 

 

To all
Below are a list of events and opportunities to get work hours - please contact me if you have any questions.
Thanks all
Sarah

Compost will be delivered May 5 in the morning - 4 truck loads - see earlier email for all details - we still need help……..

Monday Night Social hour and Clean Up schedule Next date May 8  <http://berkeleygardens.org/calendar/index.html>

May 6 is a City Wide clean up - Love Your Block.  We are looking for folks to help collect and put out all the trash that seems to be collecting already around the gardens  - large lengths of wood and other assorted containers.  This is also a great time if anyone has come to realize there are things in their garden they want to remove - everything is picked up by NOON so consider comeing out and helping.
It is also the opening day for South End Little League - the parade down Shawmut Ave starts at around 10 AM

Trustees planned events in our garden - we will need garden members to provide help during these events - which you will of course be credited for.
  • May 20, Plant Sale
    • this year it is being moved from the Ben Franklin Institute to Berkeley and will be set up in the Common Spaces.
  • June 17, South End Garden Tour
    • we are again on the tour 
      • we need gardeners to be in their gardens or around the common areas ready to talk about how much you love to garden 
      • if you have an idea of something you’d like to sell - Berkeley T shirts, water, bake sale, 
      • if you want to spend the day painting pictures - taking photos - really anything could work.  
      • You will be credited your planning time and time in the garden.
  • August 16, The Moth/PBS/Podcast Garage program  <https://themoth.org/radio-hour/live-in-boston>
    • Gardeners are invited to this event but as of this time we have not been asked to supply work support -
    • the Trustees will be selling box dinners and beverages or there will be a Food Truck
    • Gardeners, neighbors, and storytellers from the Podcast Garage will be invited to sign up in advance to tell a story related to the theme “Taking Root.” The evening will begin with a segment of mingling and one-on-one participatory storytelling with prompts placed around the garden, followed by a series of short performances by those storytellers selected in advance. FREE and open to all.

 


 


Re: [berkeleygardens] Event reminder: Compost, Clean up, Plant Sale, Garden Tour................

Elizabeth ANDERSON
 

I can help out with the compost delivery from anytime in the morning till 9:30 and then from 12  pm to 3pm. 

On Apr 28, 2017, at 10:49, Sarah Hutt sarahhutt@... [berkeleygardens] <berkeleygardens-noreply@...> wrote:

 

To all
Below are a list of events and opportunities to get work hours - please contact me if you have any questions.
Thanks all
Sarah

Compost will be delivered May 5 in the morning - 4 truck loads - see earlier email for all details - we still need help……..

Monday Night Social hour and Clean Up schedule Next date May 8  <http://berkeleygardens.org/calendar/index.html>

May 6 is a City Wide clean up - Love Your Block.  We are looking for folks to help collect and put out all the trash that seems to be collecting already around the gardens  - large lengths of wood and other assorted containers.  This is also a great time if anyone has come to realize there are things in their garden they want to remove - everything is picked up by NOON so consider comeing out and helping.
It is also the opening day for South End Little League - the parade down Shawmut Ave starts at around 10 AM

Trustees planned events in our garden - we will need garden members to provide help during these events - which you will of course be credited for.
  • May 20, Plant Sale
    • this year it is being moved from the Ben Franklin Institute to Berkeley and will be set up in the Common Spaces.
  • June 17, South End Garden Tour
    • we are again on the tour 
      • we need gardeners to be in their gardens or around the common areas ready to talk about how much you love to garden 
      • if you have an idea of something you’d like to sell - Berkeley T shirts, water, bake sale, 
      • if you want to spend the day painting pictures - taking photos - really anything could work.  
      • You will be credited your planning time and time in the garden.
  • August 16, The Moth/PBS/Podcast Garage program  <https://themoth.org/radio-hour/live-in-boston>
    • Gardeners are invited to this event but as of this time we have not been asked to supply work support -
    • the Trustees will be selling box dinners and beverages or there will be a Food Truck
    • Gardeners, neighbors, and storytellers from the Podcast Garage will be invited to sign up in advance to tell a story related to the theme “Taking Root.” The evening will begin with a segment of mingling and one-on-one participatory storytelling with prompts placed around the garden, followed by a series of short performances by those storytellers selected in advance. FREE and open to all.


Event reminder: Compost, Clean up, Plant Sale, Garden Tour................

Sarah Hutt
 

To all
Below are a list of events and opportunities to get work hours - please contact me if you have any questions.
Thanks all
Sarah

Compost will be delivered May 5 in the morning - 4 truck loads - see earlier email for all details - we still need help……..

Monday Night Social hour and Clean Up schedule Next date May 8  <http://berkeleygardens.org/calendar/index.html>

May 6 is a City Wide clean up - Love Your Block.  We are looking for folks to help collect and put out all the trash that seems to be collecting already around the gardens  - large lengths of wood and other assorted containers.  This is also a great time if anyone has come to realize there are things in their garden they want to remove - everything is picked up by NOON so consider comeing out and helping.
It is also the opening day for South End Little League - the parade down Shawmut Ave starts at around 10 AM

Trustees planned events in our garden - we will need garden members to provide help during these events - which you will of course be credited for.
  • May 20, Plant Sale
    • this year it is being moved from the Ben Franklin Institute to Berkeley and will be set up in the Common Spaces.
  • June 17, South End Garden Tour
    • we are again on the tour 
      • we need gardeners to be in their gardens or around the common areas ready to talk about how much you love to garden 
      • if you have an idea of something you’d like to sell - Berkeley T shirts, water, bake sale, 
      • if you want to spend the day painting pictures - taking photos - really anything could work.  
      • You will be credited your planning time and time in the garden.
  • August 16, The Moth/PBS/Podcast Garage program  <https://themoth.org/radio-hour/live-in-boston>
    • Gardeners are invited to this event but as of this time we have not been asked to supply work support -
    • the Trustees will be selling box dinners and beverages or there will be a Food Truck
    • Gardeners, neighbors, and storytellers from the Podcast Garage will be invited to sign up in advance to tell a story related to the theme “Taking Root.” The evening will begin with a segment of mingling and one-on-one participatory storytelling with prompts placed around the garden, followed by a series of short performances by those storytellers selected in advance. FREE and open to all.


Compost delivery postponed till May 5

Sarah Hutt
 

To all

Due to the rain the compost delivery to Berkeley Community Garden is being rescheduled for Friday, May 5 - to be delivered in the morning.

We are expecting 40 cu yards of compost from the City of Boston Public Works Recycling Department To understand how much soil this is the dumpster we order in the spring and fall is 30 cu feet - 

This is a lot of soil and should be enough for everyone in the garden to get soil if we each only take the amount portion for each garden member.

So the following will be strictly enforced.

We have calculated an amount of soil so everyone can get some  - while some of our longstanding gardeners have multiple gardens this soil will be divided up by member not by garden plots.  If you are sharing your garden with another person you only get dirt for one person.

Each gardener can get 
 two wheelbarrows full of compost - 
or
This is equivalent to 10 - 5 gallon buckets
or 
5 rice bags.

To anyone unable to make arrangements to get soil on Friday morning - we will attempt to secure the soil but please understand that the pile is not in a secure area and can not be protected - when its gone it is gone-- although we are hopeful it will be around till Saturday.

The soil we are receiving is from the City of Boston Public Works Recycling Department and is made at City Soil in Mattapan - for more info on the company http://www.citysoil.org  While the soil is organic you still need to mix it with other soil to provide a balance of nutrients to grow healthy plants.  And don’t forget to use plant food on your plants throughout the summer.  

If you would like more soil, forming a group for a large delivery from Home Depot or buying more from City Soil can be arranged

Please let us know if you have any questions
Thank you
Berkeley Compost Team


Ruth Barkley group- C-102

Rogers, Roxie <roxie.rogers@...>
 

Good Morning :

                Thank you for your information and event schedule., The Barkley group will be at April 24, clean up and social hour.   May 6, event too.

 

Ms. Roxie Rogers



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