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Helping a community grow

Nancy Leslie, 45, (right) and Debra Munstenteiger, 58, (left) who are people with a developmental disability, learn how to pot garden plants at The Home Depot store on Tyrone Blvd during a workshop to teach skills for safe home living. The event  was organized by Community Support Network, Inc. "They are a hidden and forgotten population," says Diane White, owner of the social services organization. "There are so may needs, too many to be funded with tax payer dollars. We need people to come together to help one another with events like this."
JOHN PENDYGRAFT  |  Times

Nancy Leslie, 45, (right) and Debra Munstenteiger, 58, (left) who are people with a developmental disability, learn how to pot garden plants at The Home Depot store on Tyrone Blvd during a workshop to teach skills for safe home living. The event was organized by Community Support Network, Inc. "They are a hidden and forgotten population," says Diane White, owner of the social services organization. "There are so may needs, too many to be funded with tax payer dollars. We need people to come together to help one another with events like this." JOHN PENDYGRAFT | Times

JOHN PENDYGRAFT | Times

Nancy Leslie, 45, right, and Debra Munstenteiger, 58, who each have a developmental disability, learn how to pot garden plants at the Home Depot on Tyrone Boulevard in St. Petersburg during a workshop. The event was organized by Community Support Network Inc. "They are a hidden and forgotten population," said Diane White, owner of the social services organization. "There are so may needs, too many to be funded with taxpayer dollars. We need people to come together to help one another with events like this."

Helping a community grow 08/30/14 [Last modified: Saturday, August 30, 2014 7:01pm]

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