“After I heard the proceeds go to the hospice, I stated, ‘Excellent. Simply good,’” Jan stated.
Jan’s mom, Marjorie Bos, one other fellow gardener, resided within the hospice earlier than her passing.
“I get teary eyed simply fascinated about it,” Jan stated. “She had probably the most fantastic nurses.”
The “Take a Backyard Stroll” occasion is scheduled for 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, June 26 and can take walkers by way of 5 completely different neighborhood gardens in Monroe. All proceeds will profit the Monroe Clinic Hospice residential house. The funds shall be designated towards landscaping initiatives that may increase the morale of residents, their households and the employees.
Included with ticket buy is a map to information backyard lovers alongside their journey. Marks shall be designated indicating wheelchair accessible gardens with no less than partial views in addition to accessible public restrooms round city. Service canines are allowed within the gardens however all different pets are anticipated to be left at house.
Tickets shall be accessible upfront on the workplace of The Monroe Chamber of Commerce or bought at any of the backyard places throughout the occasion. The tour shall be held rain or shine. These sharing their gardens on the stroll shall be: Mike and Cheryl Bystry, Cathy Hauck, Jan Lefevre, Dick and Sue Leuzinger, and Deb Vande Hey. The occasion is open to the general public.