Some how these pictures got into the edge of computer out of view. The Thank You from the Street Painting Festival arrived at 8:06 pm Sunday at close of the festival. It was appreciated and thoughtful. Yes I knew there would be thanks, but so promptly and beautifully phrased.Speaking of Volunteers another great opportunity to work side by side with neighbors and friends.
The Snook Islands Volunteers Planting Event is Saturday March 3rd at 8AM to create a Native Coastal Hardwood Hammock on the Upland Buffer of the new Snook Islands Natural Area on the Lake Worth Lagoon. 8 foot tall Paradise Trees will be planted along the Golf Course fence. Lancewood, Pigeon Plum, Gumbo Limbos, Privett, Myrsine, Saw Palmettos, Coonties, and Fakahatchee Grass are some of 450 native trees and shrubs generously donated by Jane Thompson owner of Indian Trails Native Nursery. Nice way to learn about flora and see some fauna. Volunteers are asked to bring shovels, wheel barrows, rakes, and brooms and to mark their tools. Also to wear sturdy shoes, garden gloves, sunscreen and a hat.
David McGrew, Grounds Maintenance Supervisor for the City of Lake Worth is also assisting with this project.
The phone number for friends to volunteer or to receive more information is 561-533-9460.