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Author: Alex Scott

LSSD students learn gardening at school

Students at Lebanon Special School District schools Coles Ferry, Byars Dowdy and Sam Houston are learning about growing flower and vegetables from seed until harvest.

Healthy Eating At the Table Nutrition is a program that provides classes to peoples and families who may have dietary restrictions or want to have healthier food options.

The HEAT gardens project is a partnership between LSSD and Vine Branch Fellowship.

The students grow leafy greens, tomatoes, carrots, turnips, peppers, herbs, green beans, radishes, squash, cucumbers, zucchini and flowers. The produce is harvested by the students and staff of the schools, as well as volunteers so it can be donated to local help centers and the senior center…

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Meet Alex and Shené Scott of Lebanon

Alex and Shene’ are featured in a recent news story in Nashville Voyager.

Today we’d like to introduce you to Alex and Shené Scott. They, along with their team, shared their story with us below:

In 2001, Alex and Shené Scott committed their time and energy to serve their communities in youth ministry, as a firefighter and a teacher. Due to their passion for helping others and the life-altering events they experienced while performing their career responsibilities, they focused on volunteering to assist those individuals and families they met. In 2013, they, as well as their two children, experienced life-altering challenges within their family. Shené was strickened with severe food allergies, including gluten, peanuts, and tree nuts; Alex was experiencing issues with hypoglycemia. One child was diagnosed with gluten sensitivity and the other with Type 1 diabetes…

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