Honey Pond Garden Club of Comer plants 13 trees downtown

The members of the Honey Pond Garden Club of Comer turned out on a really wet and miserably cold Saturday, Feb. 13 to work together to enhance the beauty of the Comer historic business district. Every tree carefully set into the red-clay mud was donated by members or by local businesses. “The Garden Club members provided all labor and equipment, the Comerian Bakery donated cookies, and the Lord provided plenty of water to get the trees started,” organizers said. “Please plan to visit downtown Comer when Spring breaks out. The trees, which include Weeping Peaches, Red Buds, Yellow Woods, Crab Apples, and Maples, promise to deliver a splash of natural color to Comer.” For more information call 706-783-8024.


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