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Grooming the Catalina West entrance

  July 20, 2019.  “Many hands make light work.” This pearl goes back to the 14th century. I heard it repeated by two different people this Saturday morning. A group of neighbors gathered at the  Rayburn and Tahiti Drive entrance … Continue reading

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Ellen’s Yard of the Month July 2019

Ellen MacDonald moved into her Crestwood house a few years ago.  The outside of the house and yard were nice but completely devoid of adornment.  Nothing. Soon neighbors noticed a transformation slowly taking place. Little by little small changes started … Continue reading

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Firehouse Garden – April 22nd – 1 p.m.

Moving mulch to the new Firehouse Garden. We need carts, shovels and muscles to move the mulch. Meet by the firehouse. If you can help, email BeautifyCrestwood@gmail.com

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New Firehouse Garden

We are planning a new Firehouse Garden this year. It should be visible from Sappington Road and also the back entrance into Kohls. We are looking for volunteers to help move mulch in the spring and plant in the fall. … Continue reading

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2019 Dates – Volunteers Needed on most dates.

Note – most dates are weather dependent, so please “Subscribe” to be notified of changes. April 10th – 11 a.m. – Moving dirt to new Firehouse Garden. We need carts, shovels and muscles to move the dirt. May 9th – … Continue reading

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Little Free Library in Spellman Park

A “Little Free Library” was recently installed in Spellman Park by the Tahiti Drive entrance.  The motto of the “Little Free Library” program is “Take a book, share a book”. The website for the program states that “Little Free Library … Continue reading

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Kudos to Clayton Endicott, Yard of the Month landscaper

Clayton  keeps a well manicured lawn  on a large corner lot on Tahiti Drive.  His mother Linda had hired a lawn company and installed a sprinkler system.  But when Clayton returned home from his 15 month tour of duty in Iraq … Continue reading

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