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(Left to right) Carin Howard, John Oldenkamp, Jan Rochon


(Left to right) Alana Coons, Jessica McGee, Peter Janopaul, Heather Sullican


On Wednesday, June 21, we invited volunteers to work in the Whaley House rose garden. They came with their gloves, pruners and strong backs to weed, prune and overall spruce up the area. Everyone really worked hard and at the end of day we were proud to once again have the public view it. Each of us had our own specialties and techniques and who knew that Peter Janopaul was an expert rose pruner! That's always the fun part of a volunteer work day, to get to know people more and accomplish something together. The garden really looked great when it was done and many thanks to each of you. Lets do it again soon!

2006 - Volume 37, Issue 3

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