KNB to plant 5,000 bulbs

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Girls Scouts and adult leaders plant 1,000 daffodil bulbs in their quadrant during last year’s beautification project. (File photo)

Girls Scouts and adult leaders plant 1,000 daffodil bulbs in their quadrant during last year’s beautification project. (File photo)

On Oct. 26, Keep Noblesville Beautiful will plant 5,000 daffodils on the northeast and northwest corner of Ind. 38 and Little Chicago Road as part of the national “Make a Difference Day.” Many volunteers will participate, including several young scout troops, to beautify the city gateways. Work will begin at 8 a.m.

“In partnership with daffodil planting sponsors such as Kroger, John Deere Landscaping and Bison World, KNB launched a beautification initiative to plant thousands of daffodil bulbs in prominent locations around the city, beginning with a focus on the city’s gateways,” stated Cindy Haas, project chairwoman. “The project enhances the city for residents and visitors and will be a growing asset for the entire community.”

Volunteers are asked to dress appropriately and to bring their own trowels to help plant. For more information, visit www.keepnoblesvillebeautiful.org.

 


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