COLUMBIA — Kilgore’s Medical Pharmacy recently opened* a plot of land on its property to the Nora Stewart Early Learning Center to start a garden that will supply fresh food for children. Ann Bromstedt, the co-owner of Kilgore’s, came up with this idea and cooperated with the school to put in the garden.
SLIDESHOW: Backyard garden educates and supplies food for children
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