Millis Garden Club needs members
During this holiday season, the Millis Garden Club acknowledged The Benevento Companies, especially Wayne, who headed the crew making all the updating to the traffic islands at the junction of Route 109 and Village Street near the “Welcome to Millis” sign. Club members say the donation of time, stone, mulch, machinery, and labor has made a significant improvement to the town and going forward will make this site easier to maintain. Courtesy photo
For many years, the Millis Garden Club has made the town more beautiful, provided scholarships to high school students, worked with the Lions to organize the annual town cleanup, crafted holiday wreaths for the town, organized many Christmas craft sales and crafted holiday wreaths for the town. And, years ago, members helped set up the Children’s Garden at the Oak Grove Farm, and designed and installed the plantings at the Millis Town Library.
“We are looking for others to give time to help keep our gardens and programs,” said club member Paula Fraser. “The current board is seeking volunteers to step forward to work with existing leaders, we don’t want all the good we’ve accomplished to fade as the current member leaders are getting ready to step down. Please consider helping to keep the club vibrant.”
The Club is part of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Horticulture Society.