Garden clean-up, bonfire


On Friday, September 30, there will be a garden clean-up starting at 3:00 p.m., that will be followed by a bonfire open to the community at Ramella Park in East Williamson. The group will also be doing an early season garden sign-up and registration for the 2017 season, prices will be $10 for a small plot (about 3 x 5), $15 for medium plot (3 x 12) and $20 for the largest. This is a one time fee for the year. This also will cover some seeds and fertilizer costs. Longtime local farmer Billy Gibson is shown working in one of the raised garden plots at the East End location.


On Friday, September 30, there will be a garden clean-up that will start at 3 p.m. followed by a bonfire later in the evening open to the community at Ramella Park in East Williamson. The group will also be doing an early season garden sign-up and registration for the 2017 season, prices will be $10 for a small plot (about 3 x 5), $15 for medium plot (3 x 12) and $20 for the largest. This is a one time fee for the year. They also will cover some seeds and fertilizer costs. Longtime local farmer Billy Gibson of East End is pictured above working in one of the raised garden plots.

On Friday, September 30, there will be a garden clean-up starting at 3:00 p.m., that will be followed by a bonfire open to the community at Ramella Park in East Williamson. The group will also be doing an early season garden sign-up and registration for the 2017 season, prices will be $10 for a small plot (about 3 x 5), $15 for medium plot (3 x 12) and $20 for the largest. This is a one time fee for the year. This also will cover some seeds and fertilizer costs. Longtime local farmer Billy Gibson is shown working in one of the raised garden plots at the East End location.
http://williamsondailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_cmyk-RamellaPark-1.jpgOn Friday, September 30, there will be a garden clean-up starting at 3:00 p.m., that will be followed by a bonfire open to the community at Ramella Park in East Williamson. The group will also be doing an early season garden sign-up and registration for the 2017 season, prices will be $10 for a small plot (about 3 x 5), $15 for medium plot (3 x 12) and $20 for the largest. This is a one time fee for the year. This also will cover some seeds and fertilizer costs. Longtime local farmer Billy Gibson is shown working in one of the raised garden plots at the East End location.
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