We Appreciate: Key Bank

On May 25, as part of an annual “Neighbors Make a Difference Day,” a KeyBank team worked on landscaping at the Meeting House and weeding the peony garden. One team member said, “It was a great day yesterday. We’re a little sore today, but I am grateful we got to volunteer at such a worthwhile organization on such a beautiful day!”

The team included John Adair, Kimberli Adamchick, Karen Blackwood, Chanell, Clare Echevarria, Johnna Fritzen, Neal Goodyear, Breanne Hayes, Judith Kaplowitz, Greg Kettell, Rebecca Sweet, Esther Thornton, and Karie Zierak.

This is the second in an occasional series of notices that express our gratitude to some of the “unsung heroes” who work behind the scenes to make the Arboretum what it is today.


Summer 2017

Volume 35 , Number 3

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