Every Tuesday from the 24th at 10:30 am Korean- American Community Center
Bringing a shovel, sickle, and homi, providing community service hours
Lack of manpower, companies are reluctant to weed
A lot of weeds grew in the Korean- American Community Center of Greater Atlanta while the greenery was free. The reason is that these days, landscaping companies are reluctant to weed the Korean- American Community Center even if they pay over price due to a shortage of manpower.
Landscaping companies say that it takes a lot of time because the flower beds or lawns in the Korean- American Community Center are not in a form that can be pushed with a machine.
However, We can’t just look at the weeds growing luxuriantly, so I’m going to make a Green Scout (tentative name) with K News Atlanta and Global News Today.
Every Tuesday from 10:30 a.m. only for about an hour. (More than that is even better) You can bring a shovel, sickle, homi, etc. to the Korean- American Community Center.
For youth participants or those in need of community service hours, the Korean-American Association provides service hours.
All participants are as a volunteer.
It’s the first day tomorrow(May 24th), and even if many people don’t come, I’m going to attend. “Well Begun is Half Done!” right?
See you at the Korean-American Community Center on Tuesdays at 10:30 am. (Address: 5900 Brook Hollow Pkwy, Norcross, GA 30071)
**Listen to SOME WHERE OVER THE RAIN BOW + WHAT A WONDERFUL WORLD sung by an Israeli group.
<By Eugene Lee>