This is Team 7407 the C.A.K.E. B.A.T.T.E.R.S. hear to talk to you about water and how it is used in watering your yard and plants outside. We have seen in our neighborhoods. We have learned through looking in books, and online that you need to water so the water reaches between 6 and 10 inches below the ground surface. This will help the plants to have a better root system thus requiring less water over all.
For the past 11 year the Port St. John and Titusville Girl Scouts have been providing Holiday Dinner Bags for the people that are served by Housing for Homeless Organization here in Titusville. This great service project is appreciated by the people who live in this community. The people who live at and near the Victory Village Facility are disabled veterans that were once homeless. We hope that you can support this project where we need to fill at least 32 bags for the different families. The residence hold from 1 to 5 adults or 3 adults and 2 or 3 children.
This year's FLL Project is "Animal Allies" and Team 7407 C.A.K.E. B.A.T.T.E.R.S. picked the Zebra as their animal as this is a favorite animal of one of the team members. As we consulted our resident expert we found that the zebra population is shrinking in Africa.