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HIB Needs Your Help

by Cherry Fenton
September 5, 2017

The countdown is on! We need your help in getting downtown ready for the America in Bloom National Symposium's highlight - a locally hosted lunch and walking tour right here in Hollyrock for over two hundred convention attendees on Saturday, October 7.



Join us for a fall cleanup for THIS coming weekend starting at 9 AM Blair Square Saturday, September 9 and continuing at 9 AM on Sunday, September 10. Come for a couple of hours, bring a friend and help get the town cleaned up for a major mums 'n more planting, starting next Monday, by the Mayor. HIB will help finish up on Sunday, September 17.
Read about our cleanup and the Symposium at: 
http://www.hollistoninbloom.org/

 

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