Five fifth-grade students from Gullett Elementary School, in the East County, today will meet First Lady Michelle Obama and help her with a garden planting event at the White House.
The students, Noe Antuna, Morgan DeGlopper, Robby Goecker, Ishvina Singh and Emilio Vega, were chosen because of Gullett's commitment to offering students healthier foods and for emphasizing physical activity.
The White House has announced plans the Kitchen Garden Planting will be live-streamed at 1:15 p.m. today, at WhiteHouse.gov/Live, or below:
Contact Pam Eubanks at email@example.com.
Currently 0 Responses
Only 16 days left to vote for your favorite 'It's Read Everywhere' photo!
Voting is now live for the Observer's 'It’s Read Everywhere' photo contest.
Ranch women make visit to McCurdy’s
Members of the Lakewood Ranch Women’s Club enjoyed an fun-filled evening at McCurdy’s Comedy Theatre Sept. 24.
Girl Scout earns Silver Award
Cypress Potter recently earned her Girl Scout Silver Award, the highest award for Girl Scout cadets in grades sixth through eighth, from the Girl Scouts of Gulfcoast Florida.