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                Peggy has found a solution to our watering problems. We will discuss at our next meeting on Wednesday, May 27.        
                I briefly worked in the Discovery Garden yesterday until it started raining. It looks like it rained at the park but not elsewhere in town! Some parts of the g
                Looks like stormy weather is on the way. Stay safe today.                I pulled mo
I have wonderful news! Naomi surprised me the other day with a gift to Columbia Blooms of a collapsible, red wagon. THANK YOU, Naomi! I’d never heard of such a thing! I will look for a location that is convenient to our downtown area to store it. If
I’m struggling with who has volunteered to water our new planters & window boxes and what specific plants they have volunteered to water. I created an online spreadsheet for that purpose at https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1lMVteCyv4d4K8cka
I have not scheduled our next meeting because I need feedback from the survey and I feel that we need a break after all the hard work of preparing for the judges visit. There are more than fifty people on this email list, but only two have responded
                Hasn’t the weather been wonderful? I hope you have been able to get out and enjoy it.            
I’ve been resting the last couple of days. Now it’s time to continue our work.It is with a great sense of gratitude, pride, and humbleness that I write this newsletter. I could not have imagined a few months ago that virtually all groups, businesses,
Even though the rain disrupted plans for the San Jacinto Festival I hope that you had an opportunity to participate. It sure was a pleasant surprise late yesterday afternoon to see the sun!I’m looking forward to getting out into the sun today. I’ll h
The window boxes and planters have been ordered and should arrive in a few days. There will be 11 window boxes and 9 planters. Planters are for those locations that do not have a fence in front—the law office, Salon 321, Country Store, The Warehouse

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