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Tribute Garden takes shape at Lambs Farm

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  • Lambs Farm recently broke ground for a Tribute Garden.

      Lambs Farm recently broke ground for a Tribute Garden.
    Courtesy of Lambs Farm

  • Dianne Yaconetti, president of Lambs Farm, speaks during a recent groundbreaking ceremony for a new Tribute Garden at the facility in Green Oaks.

       Dianne Yaconetti, president of Lambs Farm, speaks during a recent groundbreaking ceremony for a new Tribute Garden at the facility in Green Oaks.
    Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

  • Lambs Farm recently broke ground for a new Tribute Garden, which is designed as a natural bridge between public and private areas of the campus on Rockland Road in Green Oaks.

       Lambs Farm recently broke ground for a new Tribute Garden, which is designed as a natural bridge between public and private areas of the campus on Rockland Road in Green Oaks.
    Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

 
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Groundbreaking was held recently for a Tribute Garden at Lambs Farm.

The idea for the Tribute Garden sprouted during the organization's 50th anniversary celebration year as a way to enhance the Lambs Farm campus and to serve as an ongoing fundraising endeavor for Lambs Farm.

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It also is meant as a natural bridge between the public and private areas of the campus on Rockland Road, near the Tri-State Tollway in Green Oaks, and will provide an opportunity to honor and memorialize loved ones.

The Tribute Garden has been designed to provide a tranquil space for clients as well as visitors to sit, read, enjoy Lambs Lake, or simply relax. There are numerous naming opportunities at levels beginning at $500.

The garden will showcase wild grasses, a butterfly garden, a decorative brick wall, water features and more.

Lambs Farm, 14245 Rockland Road, is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to help people with developmental disabilities lead productive, happy lives.

Lambs Farm strives to maintain exemplary vocational, residential and recreational programs, and to operate our organization in a manner that will continue to help people grow.

Lambs Farm is at 14245 Rockland Road, Libertyville. For details, call (847) 362-4636 or visit www.lambsfarm.org.

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