If you have been following our GRoW Buffalo Facebook page, you would have seen that we recently started with this all-time childhood game where you spot the differences between two images. The person who created these sets, Zhi, mentioned that she herself has trouble finding all the differences despite being the one who implemented them. If you would like to try them out for yourself, head over to our Facebook page and shout out your answers (virtually) by commenting in the picture!
Just in case you missed the first set, here it is!
Left of Image
- Extra beige wire from air-conditioner
- Two extra sets of blinds at the window
- Absence of blue water bottle
- Absence of red and black sticker on heater
Middle of Image
- Absence of red marks on the black chair
- Absence of crumpled paper on the floor
- Extra white knob on the pipe
- Extra nail on the pipe
Right of Image
- Extra nail in the wall
- 3 extra paper clips on the table
Have Fun and do stay tuned for more!
Over the weekend (July 11, 2015), we had the opportunity to set up a GRoW Home booth at Solar Jam 2015 that was organized by People United Sustainable Housing (PUSH) Buffalo. Held at the Massachusetts Avenue Park (MAP), it was a quaint and lively neighborhood located in the West side of Buffalo, NY.
We were really excited and busy with preparing all the materials we needed to carry out our plans. Therefore, when we arrived on Saturday morning, and the weather was beautiful, I cannot explain how thankful we were. Phew~
The highlight of our tabling was having our GRoW Table present on site. This is all thanks to Joe Tuberdyck, our Construction Manager, who took the time to bring the GRoW Table and a huge bag of peat moss all the way from our warehouse in North Tonawanda to MAP. We filled the GRoW Table with peat moss and prepared several pieces of square-shaped newspapers and scrap paper (keeping in mind the 3Rs we learned since young).
People of all ages, from kids to adults, were enthusiastic to learn how to fold a paper cup that they later used to hold some peat moss and vegetable seeds.
Thank you to all who supported us in one way or another. Thank you for your interest in the GRoW Home and for participating in our simple activity. Last but not least, we would like to thank PUSH Buffalo for organizing such a fun-filled and meaningful event. To find out more about them, head over to http://pushbuffalo.org/
For more pictures of this event, click here to teleport over to our Flickr page.