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Published: 8/15/2014 - Updated: 3 months ago


Sisters of St. Francis lend a hand

Sisters of St. Francis in Sylvania tend a large garden full of fruits and vegetables. They donate the produce to local soup kitchens. CLICK ANY PHOTO TO ENLARGE AND BEGIN SLIDESHOW.

Sister Grace Ellen Urban closes the Sisters of St. Francis' Garden for the Poor. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Sister Grace Ellen Urban closes the Sisters of St. Francis' Garden for the Poor.
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Apples growing on trees. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Apples growing on trees.
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A large potato grown in the Sisters of St. Francis' Garden for the Poor ready to be transported to a shelter. Enlarge | Buy This Photo A large potato grown in the Sisters of St. Francis' Garden for the Poor ready to be transported to a shelter.
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The sign on the fence for the Sisters of St. Francis' garden. Enlarge | Buy This Photo The sign on the fence for the Sisters of St. Francis' garden.
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Sister Grace Ellen Urban, left, and Jeremias Stinson, right, look at the tomatoes. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Sister Grace Ellen Urban, left, and Jeremias Stinson, right, look at the tomatoes.
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Sister Grace Ellen Urban stands near a table of apples. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Sister Grace Ellen Urban stands near a table of apples.
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Sister Grace Ellen Urban tends to a tomato plant. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Sister Grace Ellen Urban tends to a tomato plant.
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Apples grown in the Sisters of St. Francis' Garden for the Poor. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Apples grown in the Sisters of St. Francis' Garden for the Poor.
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