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Communities In Bloom Xeriscape Garden

Photo by The Advance

Work continues tonight at the Communities in Bloom Xeriscape Garden at the corner of Main Street and Conrad Avenue.  The project started last year and volunteers are working hard trying to finish before the judges arrive. Volunteers will be putting down some landscape fabric tonight (donated by Central Energy) and spreading some mulch.

The Communities in Bloom Program is all about community pride, and it credits the use of volunteers’ in its evaluation of community projects.  If you have some free time tonight come on down to the community Xeriscape Garden and bring your rake!!

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One Reply to “Communities In Bloom Xeriscape Garden”

  1. edwlow2013

    We had a good turnout and a huge thank you to all the volunteers that help this evening. We achieved our goal tonight. Next step in the process is the dumping and spreading of the gravel for the path ways.
    We are still looking for about 1/2 dozen big rocks. If anyone has some or knows were there are some please call the town office and let them know.

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