Spring is now here, and with the support of generous local gardeners Columbia Springs was able to provide hydrangea cuttings to community members in preparation for the season – free of charge. Flowers signify love, and that is exactly what we saw at our March 12th and 13th event in so many ways.
It’s all thanks to community supporters Lorie & Michael Gordon that we were able to provide over 1000 hydrangea cuttings to 200+ community members across Clark County. For many of you, this was your first time “out” in a long time, so pandemic protocols were not forgotten. Participants were required to wear a mask and maintain a six-foot distance at all times. Thank you for trusting us to keep you safe and for working together to make sure everyone felt comfortable.
It was great to have everyone interacting in person again at Columbia Springs, and the sunshine in the sky reflected the bright hope in everyone’s hearts. Though hugs and handshakes weren’t possible, joyful eyes and kind words were aplenty. We were so glad to be able to spend some time with you and can’t wait to see you back at our site soon!