PHOTOS: The Greenville Beautification Committee at work

  • Muriel Pelletier turns the soil for plantings in the plot in front of the Greenville Town Hall. The Greenville Beautification Committee is seeking new volunteers. The Committee takes care of several small gardens and flower boxes all over the downtown. “It’s for the town, but we get something from it ourselves,” member Jim Lambert said while tending the garden in front of the Town Hall Tuesday. Members meet every third Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at the library, and members tend assigned gardens on their own schedule. To join, or for more information, call Deb Spratt at 801-5824. Staff photo by Ashley Saari

  • Jim Lambert waters the flowers in the plot in front of the Greenville Town Hall. The Greenville Beautification Committee is seeking new volunteers. The Committee takes care of several small gardens and flower boxes all over the downtown. "It's for the town, but we get something from it ourselves," member Jim Lambert said while tending the garden in front of the Town Hall Tuesday. Members meet every third Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at the library, and members tend assigned gardens on their own schedule. To join, or for more information, call Deb Spratt at 801-5824. Staff photo by Ashley Saari—

  • Jim Lambert waters the flowers in the plot in front of the Greenville Town Hall. The Greenville Beautification Committee is seeking new volunteers. The Committee takes care of several small gardens and flower boxes all over the downtown. "It's for the town, but we get something from it ourselves," member Jim Lambert said while tending the garden in front of the Town Hall Tuesday. Members meet every third Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at the library, and members tend assigned gardens on their own schedule. To join, or for more information, call Deb Spratt at 801-5824. Staff photo by Ashley Saari—

Published: 8/5/2019 6:06:30 PM

The Greenville Beautification Committee is seeking new volunteers. The Committee takes care of several small gardens and flower boxes all over the downtown. "It's for the town, but we get something from it ourselves," member Jim Lambert said while tending the garden in front of the Town Hall Tuesday. Members meet every third Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at the library, and members tend assigned gardens on their own schedule. To join, or for more information, call Deb Spratt at 801-5824.


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