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Help Save The Coast Project

NOTICE: Frank Cali, Environmental Officer for St. Mary Parish Government would like to remind you that it is that time of the year again to donate your used Christmas trees for the 2004-2005 to Help Save The Coast Project located at Hammock Lake near Cypremort Point. Waste Management will pick-up the trees in Berwick on Friday, January 7, 2005. You may also place your trees in containers located and marked at the Berwick Landfill.


The Berwick Garden Club

Janie Boudreaux - President - 385.4177
Patsy Chandler - Vice President - 384.3211
Debra Parker - Secretary - 385.3659
Karen Froreich - Treasurer - 385.4988
Annette Bowman - Parliamentarian & Chaplain - 384.8176
Lisa Roy - Historian

Accepting Donations - Our Berwick Garden Club is accepting donations towards the beautification of our town.  Anyone wanting to donate funds towards the restoration of the "Brown House", or for all our other projects we would like to do, please send your donations payable to "BERWICK GARDEN CLUB" c/o Karen Froreich, 303 Jacobs St. Berwick, LA  70342.

Thank you to all who help us with all our projects to beautify our lovely Town of Berwick.

Meetings will usually be on the last Tuesday of the month at the Brown House, 6:30 p.m.

For more information, call 385.4177.

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The Brown House

If you haven't seen the work going on at the Brown House on Third Street, you've been missing a lot of activity. The bottom floor of the house is being completed, rewired and central air and heat installed.  It will also have a small kitchenette and restroom facilities.  The picture shows that it will be wheel chair accessible to conform with the ADA laws.  The Berwick Garden Club is looking forward to making this their quarters.  This project should be completed before Christmas.   You really ought to consider joining the Garden Club.  It is another of the organizations that make Berwick -- a great place to live.

 

The Busy Bee

The Busy Bee sign will be found in yards of residents and commercial businesses.  It is awarded to those individuals for unselfishly giving of their time to improve the appearances of their home, business, or an area around the town.

Each month, the Berwick Garden Club will be selecting Busy Bee winners.  Residents and businesses - continue to improve the overall looks of your property through maintenance, landscaping, and litter control.

You may be the next Berwick Garden Club Busy Bee winner.  Let's continue to beautify our town!

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