Autumn's best gardeners to be recognised
Published: 29 May 2018 3:54pm
Autumn’s best gardeners to be recognised - 16 May 2016
Autumn’s best gardeners will be honoured at the quarterly garden and street of the season presentation tomorrow.
Residents of Strickland Drive in Boorooma have taken out the street award, while a resident of Stockton Place, Estella, will be presented with the best individual garden by the Wagga Wagga Tidy Town Sustainable Community Committee.
Mayor of the City of Wagga Wagga Councillor Rod Kendall and Tidy Towns chair John Rumens will present the green thumbs with their awards at the Civic Centre tomorrow afternoon.
The seasonal awards provide important recognition to the residents of Wagga that take pride in the appearance of the city, local streets and suburbs.
The Tidy Towns committee is always seeking new members to join in the spirit of the Keep NSW Beautiful campaign and become involved in their community.
If you are interested in joining the committee, contact Mr Rumens on 6926 3447 or Council’s Environment and Community Services Department on 6926 9303.
What: Autumn street of the season and garden of the season awards presentation by Mayor of the City of Wagga Wagga Councillor Rod Kendall and Wagga Wagga Tidy Town Sustainable Community Committee chair John Rumens
When: 4.30pm, Tuesday 17 May
Where: Civic Centre