Agriculture teacher Todd Harp, left, and seniors Courtney Demoss, 19, center, and Carley Hodges, 17, potted marigolds in the greenhouse at Eastside Technical  Center on Tuesday. The annual spring plant sale at Eastside, sponsored by the FFA chapter there, starts Monday.
Agriculture teacher Todd Harp, left, and seniors Courtney Demoss, 19, center, and Carley Hodges, 17, potted marigolds in the greenhouse at Eastside Technical Center on Tuesday. The annual spring plant sale at Eastside, sponsored by the FFA chapter there, starts Monday.
Agriculture teacher Todd Harp, left, and seniors Courtney Demoss, 19, center, and Carley Hodges, 17, potted marigolds in the greenhouse at Eastside Technical Center on Tuesday. The annual spring plant sale at Eastside, sponsored by the FFA chapter there, starts Monday.

Eastside student plant sale produces lots of green

April 30, 2011 12:00 AM

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