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Public invited to be part of City's JMH Rose Garden

By Tiffany Collins, City of Columbia

Spring is coming and the City of Columbia is starting their work on various city properties. One of these projects is replacing and adding to the rose bushes at the Julia Miller Horton Rose Garden in front of the Trabue Russell House in Columbia.

"We want the public to be a part of this," said Mayor Pamela Hoots. "The garden is an asset to our town and community."

If you would like to donate a rose bush in memory of, or in honor of, please come by City Hall and fill out a designated form.

The cost of a rose bush is $20 and a tag will be placed with the bushes at the rose garden.

The rose garden is currently handled by local gardener, Mary Ann Loy.

For further information, please call City Hall at 270-384-2501.

This story was posted on 2020-02-26 06:48:17
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