Everyone enjoys this annual service project meeting, making wreaths and mini-arrangements for local seniors and cancer patients.
A big thank you to the 23 members who completed all the tasks needed to prepare accessories for the Greening workshops – all while enjoying a chance to visit with old friends and getting to know new ones!
This year we made arrangements for both the shut-ins served by the Dwyer Center and for cancer patients and their families served by the Village Project. The recipients were very grateful to receive these beautiful decorations.
There were many simple tasks to be done to prepare all the items that go into the various arrangements for the Christmas Greening Workshops. Twenty-seven people gathered at the Bay Library for a fun time socializing while attaching picks to
A huge thank you to the crew that cleaned up the beds at the Gazebo and City Hall on October 31st: Joyce Cotton, Nancy Kitko, Doris Gorgas, Christine Knott, Ann Litschko, and Dorothy Stewart – Judy Minium, Civic Beautification
We got a late start after the cold temps overnight, but Sue had everything very organized and the planting went really smoothly. Now, if we could just figure out what those “giant lily-of-the valleys” are really called! Thanks to Holly
A group of members gathered Monday morning to clean-up the flower beds we maintain at City Hall and at the Gazebo. Last night’s rain provided lots of water and mud for them to play in! They pulled weeds, pruned, raked, removed