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Album Name: 2016 Outhouse Park Facelift Return to Albums
Album Date: May 14, 2016
Description: Brave Work for Strong Souls.
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Pictured are Beverly Cartwright and Barb Fuge.... 

Using the collective knee, back and arm muscle of more than two dozen Canandaigua Rotarian's and family weeded, edged, spread top soil along with planting (continued) Even Big Rock was decorated.

 ...some twenty two flats of flowers (that's over 500 flowers!) in three (3) gardens at the Richard P. Outhouse Memorial Park in the town of Canandaigua.  The Canandaigua Rotary club began their relationship  (continued) Cookie, Greg Gullo, and Dick McCaughey.

... with the Town of Canandaigua several years ago working with town parks director Dennis Brewer.  A collaborative idea bloomed into Rotary donating, time, talent, and numerous hours of (continued) Ellen Polimeni and Kathi Nevin.... 
Entrance rock..... 
project has expanded into caring for the garden that surrounds the Richard P. Outhouse Memorial; which was dedicated by the Outhouse family. The Rotary Club would like to thank (continued)
John Spare,Rick Hawks, Mark Vahey, Mary Green, Ken Poole... 
the Town of Canandaigua and Charlie May of Mayflowers Nursery & Garden Center for their support of our annual spruce up project. Kirby Green, under duress(?). Lynn Holcomb can carry her own load. Mark Vahey and Janet Tenreiro gettin' their knees dirty. Yup, that's Marty Potter playin' in the dirt.
Mary Green trying to motivate Rhoda Childs and Rick Hawks. And when it's all said and done, who gets to play around with the kids, big and small. Mary Green! Also Lynn Holcomb and son Noah, and Steve Smythe. Yes, everybody did get a chance to play in the dirt, even if you're Rick Hawks, Ellen Polimeni, Fred Magley, or John Spare. Well done crew! And they're still smiling, must have been fun too!