Patoka 2000 accepting donations for fall mumsAugust 31, 2020
JASPER — The flowers on the Patoka River Bridge for the Summer of 2020 will soon be replaced by fall mums for a beautification project that will last through October/early November.
In order to defray the costs of this beautification project, Patoka 2000 seeks donations from individuals, families or businesses throughout the community.
You may make a donation in any amount and specify that the donation is in honor of someone, in memory of someone or as a tribute to a favorite cause.
Deadline for accepting donations for the Fall Project is September 30.
For more information on how to make a donation toward the flowers on the bridge or to assist with watering the bridge flowers, contact the Jasper Chamber of Commerce at 482-6866.
The flowers on the bridge are being watered this year by the following volunteers:
Kimball International Research & Development team, Debbie Allen State Farm Insurance staff, Jasper Jaycees,
Ana Meneilly, Rotary Club of Jasper, Judi Brown, Drew Englert and Nancy Eckerle.
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