Dianne Raphael at the big We Dig planting at the Henry Road roundabout Saturday. (Photo by Pete Cavanaugh)

Communities In Bloom beautifies Henry Road roundabout and nearby grounds

Volunteer effort forges ahead despite some early rainy weather Saturday

Don Bodger

The Courier

Volunteer effort forges ahead despite some early rainy weather Saturday


Trevor Prince gets busy planting during the Chemainus Communities In Bloom volunteer effort Saturday. (Photo by Pete Cavanaugh)

BLOOMING GOOD WORK Many hands make lighter work for the Chemainus Communities In Bloom volunteers, but it’s still a lot of work to get everything planted and spruced up at the Henry Road roundabout and surrounding grounds. Above, from left are: Mona Empey, Irene Dutton and Maureen Deptuck. Left, Trevor Prince gets busy planting during the volunteer effort Saturday that started with some dampness. (Photos by Pete Cavanaugh)

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