Parents of children at Four Seasons Elementary are looking for volunteers and money to help improve the area near the school entrance.
- VOLUNTEERS IN THE NEWS
- Tim Lemke
Wednesday, March 28, 2012
Parents of students at Four Seasons Elementary are looking for help in sprucing up the school's main entrance. The PTA is seeking donations of new flowers, as well as sponsors and volunteer help in garden design, landscaping and planting. "The 'flower' beds are completely bare, and there is no money to put in anything," said Four Seasons parent Rebecca Feibel in an email. "This project is so important because the outside of the school should reflect the wonderful happenings on the inside and currently the front of Four Seasons ES is very sad and bare." Anyone interested in helping is asked to email Rebecca Feibel at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pasadena native Tom Eckert explains how his Crofton area landscaping company has weathered tough economic times to celebrate 15 years serving Anne Arundel and Prince George's counties.
“The secret to my success is, I love the customers and that’s a big thing,” said Gambrills resident Tom Eckert. The Seasonal Changes owner started his landscaping company in 1996 with $200. This year the company is marking 15 years operating from Eckert’s Gambrills home along Route 3. Seasonal Changes has grow from lawn care and grounds maintenance to digital designs, watering services, planting, transplants and snow removal. CLICK HERE TO VIEW SEVERAL DIGITAL DESIGNS Eckert credits his business longevity to close relationships with his customers. “I like to make them my friends. To me, everybody has something to teach somebody,” Eckert said. “When they sign up to give me their lawn, their lawn basically becomes mine," he said. "I just …