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Rev. Ray Klug, Blackduck Good Samaritan resident pollinates his tomato plants on Thursday, July 11 outside the main entrance to the Good Sam Senior Living Center. Klug began pollinating his tomatoes after noticing the lack of bees this spring season. Photo by Christen Furlong.

Planting for pleasure: Good Samaritan garden provides fresh vegetables for residents

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BLACKDUCK— Seemingly out of place next to the entrance to the Blackduck Good Samaritan Senior Living Center, sits eight tomato plants, two zucchini, three cucumber and two pepper plants.

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