Oh, to be this young again! (The kids, John, the kids…).
They showed up today at noon and moved several dozen wheel barrow loads of dirt — enough to fill three huge planter boxes.
No, no, not the Baseball Trash Pandas, the Rotarian Trash Bandits…
Look at recent work we’ve done at the Children’s Garden, our Signature Project for the Madison Public Library.
Last week, we welcomed Ms. Sally Warden to our podium to speak about Alabama’s upcoming Bi-Centennial Celebration.
Be a part of Madison’s upcoming sesquicentennial (that’s 150 years!) celebration by walking in our very first Volksmarch, October 27, 2018, in historic Downtown Madison.
The fruits of our summer’s labor will soon result in a wonderful garden….
This past Saturday, a group of Madison Rotarians gathered to continue their work on the Rotary Children’s Garden at the Madison Public Library.
.. but someone has to do it. The last time we had shovels in hand, we were planting trees at the Mill Road Greenway trail.