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Parsons Adopt-A-Flower program seeks volunteers

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This is one of many of the flower beds at Forest Park that has been adopted by volunteers through this program. (Photo courtesy of the City of Parsons) This is one of many of the flower beds at Forest Park that has been adopted by volunteers through this program. (Photo courtesy of the City of Parsons)

News release from the City of Parsons:

The City of Parsons Adopt-a-Flower Bed Program and Operation Bright Touch is currently seeking individuals or groups who are interested in beautifying the city to adopt a flowerbed.

Currently there are more 70 flower beds of all shapes and sizes in various locations across the city. Interested parties should call Operation Bright Touch Coordinators, Paul and Kat Thomas at (620) 421-2558 to select a flowerbed. The program is easy, and it beautifies the city. The groups who adopt beds are in charge of planting, watering and providing general care to the beds throughout the year.

If you are an avid gardener or are part of an organization that looking for a community service project and would like to participate in this unique program, call 620-421-2558 and ask to Adopt-a-Flower bed today!

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