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posted: 11/28/2012 8:36 AM

Inverness club donates 2 trees to village

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  • Pictured at the village hall tree planting are Mary Jo Bregenzer, Melodie Moroney, Sally Hard, Ramos, Mayor Tarooles and Martin.

      Pictured at the village hall tree planting are Mary Jo Bregenzer, Melodie Moroney, Sally Hard, Ramos, Mayor Tarooles and Martin.
    Courtesy of Garden Club of Inverness

  • Pictured at the North Park tree planting are Ramos, Martin, Lucia Flanagan, Christy Knox, Melanie Moroney, Adele Walker, Kasia Mastrangeli, Nancy DiGioa, Sally Hard, Kathleen Laskov and Logan, and Mary Jo Bregenzer.

      Pictured at the North Park tree planting are Ramos, Martin, Lucia Flanagan, Christy Knox, Melanie Moroney, Adele Walker, Kasia Mastrangeli, Nancy DiGioa, Sally Hard, Kathleen Laskov and Logan, and Mary Jo Bregenzer.
    Courtesy of Garden Club of Inverness

 
Submitted by Garden Club of Inverness

The Garden Club of Inverness donated two trees this fall to the village of Inverness.

Trees appropriate for growing in the area were carefully researched by Sally Hard, community involvement chairman, and Melodie Moroney and Linda Novak, her committee, and were purchased with funds raised at the 2011 Garden Club of Inverness Holiday Luncheon.

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On Oct. 23, the Barn Nursery planted a "Purple Fountain" European weeping beech tree on the south side of the village hall and an "Autumn Gold" ginkgo at North Park. The Inverness Park District provided a reception party with refreshments for participants and presented a dedication sign acknowledging the garden club's donation.

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