Thursday, May 13, 2010

WESTFIELD TRAIN STATION BLOOM

Thanks to Keller Williams Realty
By  Millicent K. Brody

Thanks to Keller Williams Realty Inc., David Williams of Williams Nursery,
and the Downtown Westfield Corporation, the North Avenue Train Station has a
new rose garden.
The Westfield office of Keller Williams Realty celebrated National Red Day,
(Renew, Energize, and Donate) by funding and planting 50 Double Knock-Out
Red Roses bushes.

"We chose plant materials that could easily be maintained and sustained for
many years to come," adds David Williams who also provided plantings for
Keller Williams to plant in downtown Summit . "Our goal is for the roses to
bloom yearly with as little maintenance as possible by the Department of
Public Works.  We appreciate the efforts of the Town of Westfield Department
of Public Works in preparing the garden area before Keller Williams planted
it."

"RED (Renew, Energize and Donate) Day is a Keller Williams Realty service
initiative dedicated to improving local communities. With 700 offices across
the United States and Canada, Keller Williams Realty associates donated
their time on May 13, 2010 to renewing and energizing aspects of their local
communities" stated Amy Tenny, Team Leader and Managing Broker of the
Westfield office.

"We're grateful to Keller Williams. They worked with us and had the vision
to enhance our North Avenue Train station." said Sherry Cronin Executive
Director of Downtown Westfield Corporation. "This project is part of our
America in Bloom project (locally known as the Westfield in Bloom
initiative). These knock-out roses are beautiful and should be in bloom just
in time for the judging of 'The America in Bloom' Contest scheduled take
place on July 12 and 13."

David Williams of Williams Nursery added "We are appreciative of Fafard Soil
which is located in South Carolina and is sponsoring our downtown hanging
baskets and soil for our Westfleld in Bloom projects".  Westfield residents
and friends are encouraged to become part of the America in Bloom Project.

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