Glasgow Garden Club Creates Covid-19 Memorial Garden

Covid Garden Memorial Sign.

Special to the Barren County Progress

Photos provided by Glasgow Garden Club

 

In remembrance of the more than 90 citizens lost in Barren County to Covid-19, the Glasgow Garden Club, in cooperation with the City of Glasgow, has planted a memorial garden on the Glasgow Square. On June 10, during National Garden Week, Wes Billingsley from the Department of Public Works for the City of Glasgow, placed the sign as Garden Club President Cherie Vaughan, April Russell, also from the DPW, and Garden Club members Pam Dyer and Glenda Eaton look on.

 

The Glasgow Garden Club meets on the fourth Wednesday of the Month at 11:00 a.m. at the Lera B. Mitchell Clubhouse at 1214 South Green Street. Each meeting includes Department Public Works members and the public is invited to attend the monthly meetings.

 

The Glasgow Garden Club is a member of the Cardinal Councils of Garden Clubs; Dogwood District of KY; the Garden Club of KY, INC., South Atlantic Region of National Garden Clubs; and the National Garden Clubs, INC. Find them on Facebook.

 

Wes Billingsley from the Department of Public Works for the City of Glasgow placed the sign.

Cherie Vaughan, April Russell, also from the DPW, and Garden Club members Pam Dyer and Glenda Eaton.

 

 

 

 

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