Jorim Rhee tends flowers and vegetables at Redeemer’s Field, a community garden at Lutheran Church of Our Redeemer in Sacramento. Growing up as a city girl in the New York/New Jersey area, Rhee said she mostly played indoors and never saw things grow until she moved to California last year to join the Lutheran Episcopal Volunteer Network, a Davis-based service corps.
Jorim Rhee tends flowers and vegetables at Redeemer’s Field, a community garden at Lutheran Church of Our Redeemer in Sacramento. Growing up as a city girl in the New York/New Jersey area, Rhee said she mostly played indoors and never saw things grow until she moved to California last year to join the Lutheran Episcopal Volunteer Network, a Davis-based service corps. Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com
Jorim Rhee tends flowers and vegetables at Redeemer’s Field, a community garden at Lutheran Church of Our Redeemer in Sacramento. Growing up as a city girl in the New York/New Jersey area, Rhee said she mostly played indoors and never saw things grow until she moved to California last year to join the Lutheran Episcopal Volunteer Network, a Davis-based service corps. Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com

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April 06, 2015 1:24 PM

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