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Friday, May 1, 2009

Coudersport Arboretum Plans Unfolding

Connie Brown "front left'" and Mike Kallenborn " right" met with Borough officals and Arboretum committee members to explain their roles in the future expansion of the Arboretum and the arrival and placement of the Lions Club railroad car.

Brown will be doing maintenance and working with Dickinson mental health volunteers pulling weeds and mulching.,while Mike Kallenborn of Pine Valley Landscaping will be planting and moving shrubs and planning placement of trees, benches and light poles as well as landscaping around the train car.

Tom Kisiel has volunteered his time and equipment as well as Lee Gross , Stanley Goodwin ,Borough employees Gary Walaski, Jeff Schroeder, Gareth Gockley, Robb Gross . Glenn O Habaker and Wayne Paving and Concrete have offered to help with materials.

The arboretum committee has benches trees and lights for sale for anyone who would like to remember or honor a loved one or companies wishing to support the arboretum. Contact Richard Buchanan or any arboretum member.

The Lions Club is also seeking donations for the Lions train.


Anonymous said...

Okay wise guy, who hung the stupid dilldine banner on the caboose Friday for all the Maple Festival visitors to see? If you want it back you can get it out of the garbage can at Sheetz (where it belongs).

Anonymous said...

Connie and Mike sure do look a lot like Tulips in this picture...

Finneus J Dildine said...

Old Dildines never die...they just slowly fade away....

Anonymous said...

It's really great to see all these folks coming together to create a beautiful space worth visiting in downtown Coudersport. As a lover of old trains, I'm looking forward to seeing how this project turns out. Good job Lions Club!

Anonymous said...

I saw the banner on the caboose and then drove by a half-hour later and it was down. Did anyone get a picture? It was the same dildine banner they had at CARP Park for the track meet and hanging off a car at one of the Little League baseball games at CARP Park last week.

Anonymous said...

Good job Lions Club!

Anonymous said...

LOLOLOLOL!!!! A dildine banner!! Kudos to whichever one of you is bringing the dildine back! Please save it from the endagered species list.