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Nick Roy topic: Putting your garden to sleep, at AC Garden Club 24 Sep 2015

Nick Roy will present class to the Adair County Garden Club on "Putting Your Garden to Sleep" at the Adair County Extension Service, 409 Fairground Street, Columbia, KY, at 1pmCT, Thu 24 Sep 2015. - Donna Jones

By Donna Jones, President, Adair County Garden Club

Fall has arrived and many of us are saying goodbye to our gardens for another year, have you been wondering what do you need to do to prepare for next year's crops.

We have answers for you. You are invited to attend the Adair County Garden Club meeting with Nick Roy,Extension Agent for Adair County, who will be presenting a class on "Putting your Garden to Sleep".

We hope you will join us and learn with us as to what we need to do to be prepared for spring gardening. Any questions about the club or this class can be directed to: Donna Jones President of the Adair County Garden Club at 270-634-2125. --Donna Jones

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