CHATTANOOGA (WDEF) – This is Met Ministries 40th year serving the community.
Today, they planted their yearly Good Friday Bootleg Garden and Gardens-to-go for seniors.
This is the eighth year that Met ministries has planted their gardens.
The Gardens-To-Go is a 5-gallon bucket that houses tomato plants.
It is given to seniors who are in need so that they can have a garden of their own.
They teamed up with Rock Point Church and Elder’s Ace Hardware for volunteers and Donations.
Clients of Metropolitan Ministries that are 62 and older can pick up their Garden-to-go on Wednesday, April 24th.