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July 10, 2013

Gardendale Beautification Board announces award winners

GARDENDALE — The Gardendale Beautification Commission held its annual banquet recently, where it presented awards for 2013.

Kenny Clemons received with this year’s Martha Wilson Award for all of his years of service and dedication to the city, according to commission president Rosemary Smith.

Other winners included:

  • Entrance garden, Pauline Johnson
  • Woodland garden, John and Rose Brigham
  • Garden home, Marilyn Livingston
  • Heritage garden, James and Theresa Barnes
  • Hillside Garden first place, Louie and Glenda Pearson
  • Hillside Garden second place, Bob and Margie Hindman
  • Meditation garden, Norman and Anita Lake, Cindy Lake
  • New garden, Wendell and Margaret Duke
  • Perennial garden, Roland and Bonnie Larkin
  • Pool and patio garden first place, Dr. Steven and Wilma King
  • Pool and patio garden second place, Steve and Leenise Gaddy
  • Therapy garden, Lester Abbott
  • Rose garden, Pete and Gina Hontzas
  • Statue garden, Sue Jeffries
  • Fern and shade garden, Linda Brock
  • Gardendale Beautification Commission member garden, Hazel Butts
  • Container garden, Charles and Doris London
  • Cottage garden, Trevor and Michelle Muscato
  • Fountain garden, Toney and Doris Nayman
  • Creative design garden, Robin and Jennifer Phillips
  • Wildflower garden, Snow Rogers Alabama Wildflower Garden by the Junior Gardeners, led by Jennifer Phillips and sponsored by the Garden Dale Garden Club
  • Border garden, Jerry and Imogene Harrison
  • Vegetable garden, Howard and Sue Parker
  • Pond garden, Butch and Margie Thomas
  • Bird sanctuary, Michael and Patricia Tate

Division awards

  • Best business landscape, Cracker Barrel
  • Best subdivision entrance, Castle Pines
  • Best municipal landscape, Centennial Fountain Park
  • Best medical landscape, North Jefferson Pediatric Dentistry
  • Best residence, Judy McAnnally

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