Broadmoor Library Garden

[Kim Pullen, Thomas Carmody, Bob Sanderlin, Rowanne McAllister]The Broadmoor Library garden plot has been accepted as a project for the Rivercities Garden Club. At the June meeting of the garden club Mr. Thomas Carmody, City Councilman Dictrict C placed the commemorative Garden Stone in our club's newly adopted flower bed in front of the entrance of the library. Library representative Kim Pullen accepted the assistance of the club. Channel 3 TV came and recorded the affair. We honored the kick-off of "National Gardening Week" (June 4th-June 10th) in our cities, states and all of America.

Because of the problems with the parking at the Barnwell Center, Bob Sanderlin and Rowanne McAllister explored new places for the meetings for the club. Most of the places were expensive. They found out that the Broadmoor Branch of the library had a very nice meeting room which has facilities for food; and the meeting room was free to use.

Bob noted that National Garden Week ocurred on the same day as the meeting and approached Betty Cannon, the director of the library, to offer the club's assistance in the maintainence of one of their garden plots as a project for the club. Kim Pullen, the assistant director for the library was given the responsibility to interface with Rivercities Garden club in the implementation of the garden maintainence.

Who is going to take the responsibility for the maintainence of the garden?

 

 

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