Photos: Home and garden

4-H members spent an afternoon planting bulbs and clearing the yard Nov. 8 at Jennifer Gray’s new home in Amissville. Gray, fondly known as Mama G, has been a 4-H leader in Rappahannock County for 30 years. At the home built for her by Habitat for Humanity, which she moves into in a few weeks, will be a garden come spring, when the many daffodil, tulips, hyacinth and crocus bulbs planted by the group will bloom. From left, back row, are Wendell Yates, Vickie Miller, Jerome Mallory, Lora Eborn, Paige Miller, Mama G, Jarad Kapsa, Debbie Massie and Natasha White. Front row: Natalya White, Beverly Eborn, Jack Kapsa, Ella Kapsa and Jaesean Yates. In the closeup, Natalya White, left, and Ella Kapsa display a couple of the simple tools it takes to be neighborly.

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