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Monarch Watch “Milkweed for Restoration Projects”

We are thrilled (as is evident by Jesse’s dads expression) to participate in the Milkweed for Restoration Projects program of Monarch Watch. Since 2014 the Jesse Higginbotham Technology Trust has been the key steward for the  Deauville Riparian Buffer Project … Continue reading

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Milkweed for sale at Dunbar Memorial Garden’s 8th annual Native Plant Sale

On Saturday, May 13th the Trust will once again host our annual Native Plant Sale at Dunbar High School.  This will be our 8th sale and most likely our best – over time we’ve learned so much not only about … Continue reading

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It’s January – do we stop giving now?

For many nonprofits, donations received during December can have a huge impact on their continued work. While the Trust has never been “keen” on actively seeking monetary contributions, we truly value and appreciate our donors! Much has been accomplished in … Continue reading

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The gift that keeps on giving – give your computer a second life

As we enter the gifting season, we want to remind our friends and supporters that working computers and peripherals are tax-deductible when donated to the Jesse Higginbotham Technology Trust, Inc. CPU’s with a minimum Pentium 4 processor, LCD monitors, speakers, … Continue reading

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The Jesse Higginbotham Neighborhood Center

Formerly the “Valley Park Shelter” On Saturday, October 6th in conjunction with the annual opening of the Mindtriggerz Project Training Lab at the Valley Park shelter, the Trust hosted its fall picnic. We were honored to have in attendance members … Continue reading

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Breaking the Silence: “Straightlaced” Documentary Event

In January 2010, the Jesse Higginbotham Technology Trust in conjunction with the family of Hannah Landers as well as several other local organizations hosted the Kentucky premiere of the documentary “Straightlaced: How Gender’s Got Us All Tied Up.” We were … Continue reading

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So many to thank but where to begin? The incredible success of our 3rd Native Plant Sale

We could not have done this without you. Today we hosted our “3rd annual Native plant sale” at Dunbar and raised just under $800 ($770 to be exact) – our most successful Garden event ever. Between the high-fives, group hugs … Continue reading

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J is for Jesse: gardening, grants and current events

On Jesse’s birthday, March 10th, we visited the Dunbar Memorial Garden and were given not only a sneak peek at what’s in store work-wise but also a curiously formed branch on the yellowwood, which we are now calling our “J … Continue reading

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Dunbar Memorial Garden’s Third Annual Native Plant Sale

On Saturday May 19, 2012 the Dunbar Memorial Garden will host its Third Annual Native Plant Sale with proceeds benefiting continued care and maintenance of the all-native plant garden located on the campus of Dunbar High School. The garden was … Continue reading

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