Marion Garden Group Plans July Seaside Benefit for Marion Beautification Efforts
For many years The Marion Garden Group has been planting and tending window boxes, planters and urns throughout Marion Village in an effort to beautify the village.
Building on that mission, Liz Hatch, newly elected Vice President along with a dedicated group of volunteers is heading up a new initiative – beginning with beautification of the gateways to Marion.
“I was inspired by the efforts communities such as Tiverton RI, Osterville and Chatham MA have made to beautify the road islands and entrance areas and what a difference it made to their towns. I think the same effort here could be transformative for Marion..” She says.
Plans are underway to install a new Marion sign on the corner of Route 6 and Front Street as well as plant (and care for) areas leading into Marion along Route 6 as well as areas along Route 105.
Though donations are already being received the official fundraising for this effort will be kicked off on Thursday July 26 with a fundraiser held at the Hatches beautiful seaside home in Marion. Wine and hors d’oeuvres will be served. Tickets are $40 (though additional donations will be gladly accepted).
Contact Liz Hatch at: firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-922-5575. Or purchase at the General Store. Checks should be made out to MGDG.
Marion Garden is a non profit 501(c)3 organization. We gratefully accept donations toward our ongoing initiatives including village beautification, nursing home programs, local library outreach, school programs, pollinator habitat maintenance and education.