Representatives of Whole Foods and Real School Gardens make Yolanda Gonzalez, second from right, a happy Lipscomb principal.

By Bruce Felps

Members of the William Lipscomb Elementary School community and representatives from Whole Foods-Lakewood and Real School Gardens gathered Saturday at the East Dallas campus to plant the seeds for a learning garden.

The event also included the ceremonial presentation of a donation check for $25,598.20 — 20 cents? — to Lipscomb Principal Yolanda Gonzalez.

Lower Greenville Avenue neighborhood resident and contributing photographer Lilia Estrada chronicled the happening and sent along a few snaps from the community-strengthening event.

Ah, good times.

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  1. Congratulations, y’all! Way to go.

    This is part of the reason I love Whole Foods!!!




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