Sprucin’ Up Pinehurst 2019

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Sprucin’ Up Pinehurst 2019

This is the sixth year of “Sprucin Up Pinehurst.” Thanks to so many businesses, organizations, residents, churches and individuals who have had a part in helping make it possible for six years.

The hanging baskets arrived the middle of May and they are already looking great. They are all up, from Heritage Park and down Division Street.

Planters are all planted within the City Parks and City Hall. Six new trees were planted at Heritage Park and new shrubbery added on the side yard of City Hall. We raffled a flower basket again this year and Bob Burden was the winner. Congratulations Bob, you will enjoy it clear into the fall.

Thanks to the Pinehurst/Kingston Lions Club who volunteered to host a benefit breakfast and to all who came and supported us, city of Pinehurst, clerk Carla Ross, street department — Dave Olson and Calvin Rich, Bob Jutila — Perfection Auto Body, Brad Kitchen — Fort Sherman Academy, Scott Reed — Mountain Valley Family Practice, Our Savior Lutheran Church, Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses, Steve Knoll — S&J Striping, Watts Electric, Shoshone Honda & Yamaha, West Valley Realty, Blondies, Valley Power Sports, Pinehurst Storage, Goose in the Tree Café’. Kristi’s Rentals, Stovern Supply, Capital Investment Group — West Valley Insurance, Silver Valley Condo Association, Colour Me Coffee, Silver Valley Veterinary Clinic, Pinehurst Golf Course, Sundstrom Insurance, Tall Pine, Pioneer Lodge, Eileen Weeks, Kathleen Joyner, Mike and Nancy Peacock, Tashua Seaton, Lois Arvidson, Nancie Burkhart, Bob Jutila, Carla Ross, Belinda Miller, Dave Olson, Calvin Rich, Inge McNutt, Sharon Hewitt and Marianna Groth.

If you would like to donate in any way, contact City Hall at 682-3721 or Nancie Burkhart at 682-4027. We get so many “kudos” — honks, thumbs up, waves and passerby’s who stop and visit. We appreciate it all. Donors and volunteers are great and we couldn’t do any of this without their help. We live in a beautiful area and are proud of our city, and it shows. Thanks to all!

NANCIE BURKHART

Pinehurst

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