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Kids-R-It educator Jennifer Kouame (right) and her elementary-age students show off the collected recycled water and some of the plants they are growing at the school.

Kids-R-It youths get little green thumbs

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WORTHINGTON -- Worthington's watering ban may have worried some gardeners this spring, but not the staff and students at Kids-R-It Child Care Center.

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Alyson Buschena
Alyson joined the Daily Globe newsroom staff after spending a year in Latin America. A native of Fulda and graduate of the University of Northwestern, she has a bachelor's degree in English with a dual concentration in Literature and Writing and a minor in Spanish. At the Daily Globe, Alyson covers the crime beat as well as Pipestone and Murray counties, community news and feature stories. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, reading, and cooking. More of Alyson's writing can be found at http://throughthelookingglass.areavoices.com.
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