Keep Winston-Salem Beautiful and the Garden Club Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County announce 2018 Flower Bed Winners Announced
Keep Winston-Salem Beautiful and the Garden Club Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County have announced the winners of the 2018 Annual Flower Bed Program, which beautifies the city through the efforts of volunteers who plant and maintain flower beds in public areas.
The winners in the Large Bed category are:
· 1st Place: Robinhood Trails, bed at Peace Haven and York Roads. (PHOTO ABOVE)
· 2nd Place: Forest Hill Civic Club, bed at Cherry Street and Germanton Road.
· 3rd Place: Full Sun Part Shade Garden Club, bed at the Westview Drive circle.
· Honorable Mentions: Jeana Alspaugh, bed at Mountain View Road and Surry Path Trail; Nancy Holland, bed at Woodberry Drive and Reynolda Road; Steve and Trish Anthony, bed at the Kenwood Street and Cherokee Lane circle; Mata Grocery, bed at 4838 Old Rural Hall Road.
Winners in the Small Bed category are:
· 1st Place: Earlette Perk, bed at Hope Valley Road and Silas Creek Parkway. (PHOTO ABOVE)
· 2nd Place: Denise Dastrous, bed at the Pfafftown Post Office.
· 3rd Place: Scott Walker, bed at Glenn Landing Drive and High Point Road.
· Honorable Mentions: Ruby Rodney, bed at Ivy Arms Apartments; Judy Archer, bed at Kingsbury Circle; Beacham Place Homeowners Association, bed at Heritage Path Court and Jonestown Road; Susan Stevens, bed at Patricia Lane and Knollwood Street.
The winners will be recognized at the November 15 meeting of the Garden Club Council, to be held at 10 a.m. at the Reynolda Gardens Greenhouse.
This year 29 groups participated in the program and maintained 40 flower beds. Under the program, the city supplies annual flowers to the groups which agree to plant them in beds in public areas that they maintain over the spring and summer. The city helps water the beds and provides mulch. Every year representatives from KWSB and the council inspect the beds during the course of the summer and recognize the best maintained beds.
For more information about the Flower Bed Program visit KWSB.org.