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Earth Day Event--Normandy Park Clean-up 4/20/13 starts at 10

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04/20/2013 10:00 am
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Celebrate Earth Day! We need volunteers for our Normandy Park Clean-up on Sat. April 20th starting at 10:00 (till 1:00?).

Clean up of planter beds and tree saucers
Edging
Mulching
Planting some donated shrubs, etc.
Make new flower bed

Contact Alan Borzillo (610-731-7919), if you have any questions (and if you're lucky, you may get some lunch).

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Normandy Park Garden Clean Up Sat. 9/29/12 starts at 10:00

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09/29/2012 10:00 am
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Be a good neighbor and help us beautify Normandy Park
(the triangular park on the corner of Oakford and Cricket)
before the Saba 5k (being held on Sunday, 10/14/12).

Starts at 10:00 (but you can come earlier and start weeding the beds around the house).

Come for a half hour or stay for more.

Any skill level welcomed.

Bring your gardening gloves and a hand trowel if you have one.

Any questions, email our neighbor and garden coordinator, Alan Borzillo
at alanb914@verizon.net or call/text him at 610-731-7919.

For other SABA volunteer opportunities,
please contact Emi Lievano at
emiliacl@mindspring.com.

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Normandy Park Garden Clean Up CONTINUED this Sat. 5/5/12 starts at 10:00

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05/05/2012 10:00 am
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We could use some volunteers to help us spread out the compost on our garden beds.

Would be helpful to bring a shovel and large bucket/wheel barrow.

Contact Alan Borzillo if you have any questions at alanb914@verizon.net

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Normandy Park Garden Clean Up Sat. 4/21/12 starts at 10:00

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04/21/2012 10:00 am
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Happy Spring! Ready to get your hands dirty?

Be a good neighbor and help us beautify Normandy Park
(the triangular park on the corner of Oakford and Cricket)
on Sat. 4/21 starting at 10:00.

Any skill level welcomed.

Bring a shovel or your favorite garden tool.

Any questions, email our neighbor and garden coordinator, Alan Borzillo
at alanb914@verizon.net.

For other SABA volunteer opportunities,
please contact Emi Lievano at
emiliacl@mindspring.com.

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Garden for the Blind and Children Restoration Project

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Over 30 years have passed since the Rotary Club of Ardmore and the Men’s Garden Club of Delaware Valley, with the cooperation of Lower Merion Township, presented the community with a unique garden in Wynnewood Valley Park named “A Garden for the Blind and Children.”

Today, the Rotary Club of Ardmore is committed to providing funds and labor to restore the Penn Wynne garden and make it handicapped accessible in partnership with Lower Merion Township and many community groups and foundations.

The planting of 12 cherry trees on October 17th, 2008 as a gift from the Japanese, through the Rotary Club of Tokyo, marked the first step toward the restoration and upgrading of the park.

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