FTMC grant aids WR students

COLLINS Students in the seventh to 12th grades at Western Reserve will soon have a greenhouse to aid in their studies, thanks to the almost $5,000 grant the school recently received from Fisher-Titus Medical Center. Construction on the 16-foot by 11-foot state-of-the-art Juliana Gardener Greenhouse will begin this spring, and according to the grant application, materials for the structure will be added as needed.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 24, 2010

COLLINS Students in the seventh to 12th grades at Western Reserve will soon have a greenhouse to aid in their studies, thanks to the almost $5,000 grant the school recently received from Fisher-Titus Medical Center.

Construction on the 16-foot by 11-foot state-of-the-art Juliana Gardener Greenhouse will begin this spring, and according to the grant application, materials for the structure will be added as needed.

Fisher-Titus awarded $49,942 to area schools in 2006, including New London, and has given out nearly a half million dollars in the 11 years the program has existed.