Fun Run at Yuba River Charter School helps school, community
The fourth annual Yuba River Charter School Fun Run raised more than $1,100 for Sierra Harvest’s Gardens Project and $5,100 for class field trips. The Gardens Project works with a family for a full two years to build and sustain a backyard garden, setting the stage for a lifetime of home gardening, access to nutritious foods, physical activity and mental health. YRCS was the first Waldorf-inspired public charter school in the nation. Sierra Harvest is a nonprofit organization dedicated to inspiring and connecting western Nevada County’s families to fresh, local and seasonal foods. For more information on the Sierra Gardens Project, visit http://www.SierraHarvest.com. To support the Fun Run, visit http://www.YubaRiverSchool.org.
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