Come one, come all!
With Spring upon us it is time for renewal and…gardening! The Huntington Terrace Citizens Association (HTCA) invites you to participate in the cleanup and the continued beautification of our award-winning Triangle Garden (at the corner of Roosevelt St. and Garfield St.).
On Saturday, May 4th 2019, between 9:00AM and 12:00PM, we will hosting the first Triangle Garden cleanup of the year. Green thumb or not, all are welcome. Bring tools and gloves if you have them. Refreshments will be provided.
In Huntington Terrace, we are fortunate enough to be surrounded by beautiful greenery and a community who cares for and understands the value of maintaining community gathering spaces. In October 2007, the HTCA and Montgomery County government established the Triangle Garden, allowing the great citizens of Huntington Terrace “to recognize neighbors who came before us, to foster continued community fellowship, to beautify our neighborhood and to encourage stewardship of the land.”
For over a decade, Deborah Perry and Terese Bernstein, along with countless community volunteers, have led the efforts to build and maintain the Triangle Garden. We can only hope to strengthen their legacy of love for our community by continuing to garner community interest in our very special and unique neighborhood garden.
If you are not able to attend the cleanup, but wish to make a contribution, we are always in need of materials and funds for supplies. Contributions can be made online or checks can be sent to your HTCA Board Members (made out to HTCA, note: “HTCA Triangle Garden”).
Johnny and Maggie Bree