Patch Editors Give 5 With Ambler Garden Club [Photos]

The Montco Patch team spent Monday morning preparing planters and fertilizing soil, which will house trees and shrubs along Main Street in Ambler

The Montgomery County Patch team spent Monday morning at the Rose Hill Cemetery, preparing planters and soil for the Ambler Garden Club, which will then be used to house trees and shrubs along Main Street in Ambler.

The effort was part of Patch's "Give 5" initiative, in which editors and employees give five hours of their time to help out the community in various capacities. Previous community support efforts include repairing trees which were damaged by flooding at the and cleaning up trash along .

Check out our gallery above to see your favorite Patch team rolling up their sleeves and getting a little dirty, and if you have ideas for future community-based projects, feel free to let us know.

Gerry Dungan May 01, 2012 at 05:31 PM
Great photo gallery, Keith! Was happy to participate in this volunteer community effort.
Janet Herman Karll May 02, 2012 at 02:23 PM
Does Ambler Garden Club take new members that live in Lansdale?


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