Scene in Edmonds: Lions get into gardening

From left: Edmonds Lions Club members Deandra Peterson, Judy Baker and Nolan Greene working on the flower bed in Perrinville.

In 1995, Edmonds’ Perrinville Post Office approved a corner garden bed space for the Edmonds Lions Club to maintain. According to club members, shortly after that, Girl Scouts asked if they could maintain that corner for a garden badge. Now, the Edmonds Lions Club is going to continue taking care of the area, complete with a sign and daffodils, which were planted last year. The club invites you to “swing by and take a look.”

One Reply to “Scene in Edmonds: Lions get into gardening”

  1. Ty Lions, and the USPS and now the Girl Scouts for assuming this public service. The flowers have started to blossom and the total area looks so much better than a year plus ago

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