There have been some recent plant thefts from the Foster Park gardens.
Keep your eyes open for plants being moved on the weekends or odd hours. Don’t hestitate, call the police if there are suspicious persons doing bad deeds.
Below is a letter from Lynda Heavrin of the Parks Department:
We are having problems again with plants, perennials and annuals, being stolen from Foster Gardens. I would like to make the neighborhood residents more aware of the problem and keep their eyes open for anyone digging, pulling, or walking away with plants.
For example, about a month ago a visitor told Lynne, a park gardener, that someone was digging plants on a weekend and when questioned said they worked there.
I realize that not everyone knows there would not be any park employees digging plants on the weekend but it makes sense to at least question when something like that happens. We had the same problem a few years ago at Lakeside and I attended a neighborhood association meeting to stress the importance of calling the police when there is something suspicious.
Manager of Landscape & Horticulture
4014 Indiana Ave. is a quaint four-square with a lot of charm! Charla Sheray is the owner of this adorable home. Lots of work and landscaping has gone into making it a jewel on the street.
This beautiful bungalow at 4201 Beaver is the home of Becky Baker. She and many of her friends have done a tremendous job in repair and beautification for this lovely home. As you can see, she’s invited some of her friends over for a get together. And why not? I’d show it off too!
Congratulations to our June Award Home winners! Thank you for making Southwood Park such a wonderful neighborhood to live in!
4535 Old Mill Road – Home of the Wuellner Family. This lovely tudor style home is located on the roundabout in our lovely Southwood Park neighborhood. It’s beautiful all year. A lot of shade, a lot of yard and a lot of curb appeal. Thank you, Wuellners, for keeping it so pleasing to look at! We love our eye candy!
4252 Beaver – This is the home of Mark Hartman. With lovely yellow siding, and complimentary browns on the trim of the house, he painted it and put on a new roof! Lots of TLC went into this house to make sure it became a home. He’s also done landscaping around the front to accent . Great job!
Congratulations to our May Award Home winners!
We’re going to replant a pocket garden at the north end of South Wayne, remove some bushes at the pillars and edge some pocket gardens. Bring a friend and a spade and gloves and maybe a little water to drink.
We’ll meet at the Roundabout at 1PM Sunday and split into squads from there. We hope to see you!