Memorial Gardens is showing off it's fall colors and still looking great. As you know, we maintain the gardens here at the First Presbyterian Church in exchange for use of their Fellowship Hall for our monthly general meetings. We need to make sure that we give these gardens the attention they deserve.
In 2016, we would like to initiate an "Adopt a Garden" program at Memorial Gardens. We'd like to see members adopt a section of these gardens to maintain (deadhead, weed, water). There is a sprinkler system, but it doesn't always reach everything. For those with other jobs or commitments, it offers an opportunity to get in your work hours at a time convenient for you. Sections would be the two boxes in front of the church, the east side below the stained glass windows, or the juniper beds. We would still have our monthly PED to do other projects and to explore some learning opportunities.
If you'd like to participate in this program at Memorial Gardens, please get in touch with Deb Anderson.
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