SPRING is here! And that means St Paul’s gardens and grounds need a little sprucing up. Here’s a list of the Spring Clean-up tasks to be accomplished and a sign-up wizard. We very much appreciate the time and energy you are putting forward to make St. Paul’s grounds beautiful for the return of in-person services this Spring!
A few notes:
THANK YOU for helping to keep our grounds looking beautiful.
Tony Brady and Pam Ryan
You can sign up here.
|1||Flower beds by parking lot center doors (leads to elevator lobby)||Weed, rake up/bag leaves, mulch|
|2||Small flower bed by chapel door, to the far right of the parking lot.||Weed, rake up/bag leaves, mulch|
|3||On the south side of the building where the stone path is located connects the parking lot with St Margaret’s garden|
|4||Flower bed at top of stone path and under the lounge front window||Weed, rake up/bag leaves, mulch|
|5||Yard between St Margaret’s Garden and side of church||Weed, rake up/bag leaves, pick up sticks|
|6||St Margaret’s Garden||Weed, Rake up/ bag leaves, plant annuals, mulch|
|7||Flower beds at front entrance, including Contemplation Garden||Weed, rake up/ bag leaves, mulch|
|8||St. Paul’s sign in front of the church and Front lawn||Weed, rake up/bag leaves, mulch, Pick up/bag sticks|
|9||Circle of bare ground in front of church where Christmas tree is located.||Remove weeds, rough-up ground, seed grass, spread peat moss. Fill-in any ground holes with soil and seed. Work with the Water Crew (task #14) to water regularly until grass germinates and is well established.|
|10||Flower beds on Mayfair Street side near Sanctuary door||Weed, rake up/bag leaves, mulch|
|11||Flower beds on Mayfair Street side near Office entrance||Weed, rake up/bag leaves, mulch|
|12||Canon Davies Memorial Garden||Weed, rake up/bag leaves, clear stone paths, wire brush bench to remove moss, mulch|
|13||Pre-School Playground||Rake up/bag leaves and sticks, sweep walks, clean up area between playground fence and parking lot|
|14||Crew to water new and annual plants.||9 slots to be on a rotating watering crew for the new grass, annual flowers and St Margaret’s garden|