Arthur Baleria, left, and Tarin Virgil, center, residents of Harmony House in Auburn, make lunch with volunteer Casey Davey last month. Harmony House, a group home for adults with mental illness, is asking the Book of Dreams for materials and supplies to start a garden.
Arthur Baleria, left, and Tarin Virgil, center, residents of Harmony House in Auburn, make lunch with volunteer Casey Davey last month. Harmony House, a group home for adults with mental illness, is asking the Book of Dreams for materials and supplies to start a garden. Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com
Arthur Baleria, left, and Tarin Virgil, center, residents of Harmony House in Auburn, make lunch with volunteer Casey Davey last month. Harmony House, a group home for adults with mental illness, is asking the Book of Dreams for materials and supplies to start a garden. Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com
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Garden would provide therapeutic relief for adults with mental illness

December 14, 2015 02:31 PM