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Join us in Bindseil Park
Wednesday, May 11, 2011 • Posted May 12, 2011 7:28 PM

Bindseil Park – What a beautiful quiet spot in the center of Blanco to take a walk, walk your dog, have a picnic or just enjoy the beauty of the trees, plants, and blooming flowers. You will find picnic tables or benches where you can sit, read, eat lunch, etc. 

Just remember, you can be a part of Keep Blanco Beautiful to help keep the Park and pots of plants beautiful. We are at the time of year when it really takes more work keeping weeds pulled, planting new plants, mulching the beds, watering every week, etc. We just really need you! Even if you can’t help every Tuesday morning, any Tuesday is appreciated. We are a very small group and some of these people have been dedicated and working in this group for 11 years now. We need new energy... As I have told you before, you will feel very rewarded by helping. 

Judy Dorsett is so dedicated to this project and has been for all 11 years.  She oversees it all from the planting on down and she needs to be thanked for her constant dedication and the work she puts in - not just on Tuesdays, but whenever she needs to see about things, like purchasing plants or supplies, extra watering of new plants and many other things, sometimes sweeping off the walk.  

Stop in Cut N Curls Beauty Salon and let her know how you like what is being done. Also right now please keep her and her husband Bob in your prayers. He has just gone through extensive open heart surgery this past week  in Austin. He is doing good but has a long road to recovery yet. Judy is still trying to keep up with the work and she said she will have  anarticle in the paper next week telling you what to do for your plants, etc. in May.

Join us on Tuesday mornings at 9:00 - 11:00 and then, if you like, join us for lunch after working. If you can’t work, just join us for lunch and find out how you can support Keep Blanco Beautiful.  

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