2011-07-30 / News

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Members of the Leaders and Learners 4-H group recently installed a rain garden on the west side of the Hebron Municipal Complex. The garden includes two rain barrels feed by rainfall draining off part of the roof. The Licking County Soil and Water Conservation District designed the garden and donated the plants and two rain barrels. The barrels were painted by Lakewood students. Three businesses donated materials to the project: mulch from Hope Timber, compost from Elm Recycling and paint for the rain barrels from Glidden Paint Center. The 4-H group members and their leaders were thanked and presented with certificates at a recent village council meeting. Courtesy photo. Members of the Leaders and Learners 4-H group recently installed a rain garden on the west side of the Hebron Municipal Complex. The garden includes two rain barrels feed by rainfall draining off part of the roof. The Licking County Soil and Water Conservation District designed the garden and donated the plants and two rain barrels. The barrels were painted by Lakewood students. Three businesses donated materials to the project: mulch from Hope Timber, compost from Elm Recycling and paint for the rain barrels from Glidden Paint Center. The 4-H group members and their leaders were thanked and presented with certificates at a recent village council meeting. Courtesy photo.

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