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Lighting of the Tree

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Lighting of the Tree

The Tree was lighted, the Choir sang, the Nativity Story was told, and the City officially kicked off the Christmas season on Friday at Friendship Park.
 
Don't miss the Social Circle Christmas downtown on Friday, Dec 4 at 6pm.
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RFP – Spearman Pond Rehab

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Request for Proposals Spearman Pond Rehab

Project: Request for Proposals Spearman Pond Rehab
Project Type: Proposal for pump station rehabilitation at Spearman Pond
Bid Posting: 11/02/2020
Bid Closing: 12/03/2020 – 3:00 pm

City Contact: Robbie Groves, rgroves@socialcirclega.gov

Thank you for your interest in our project.
Please complete the form below to receive the documents associated with this project.
After the form is submitted, the link will be emailed to you. Please check your spam folders if you do not see the email within the next few minutes.
We will use your email address to contact you if there are changes to the bid documents.

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Pollinator Sanctuary at Friendship Park

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Pollinator Sanctuary at Friendship Park Taking Shape

A huge “Thank You” to Mohmed Ameer, Janet Bones, Elaine Burress, Craig Mabry, Ron Plaster, and Rosemarie Sells for their generous time and effort in helping make Social Circle beautiful!

These 6 master gardeners descended on Friendship Park last week to create the Pollinator Sanctuary and install nearly 100 perennials and shrubs – while attracting a few butterflies along the way.

Future updates will include:

  • A literature box to hold educational brochures this month.
  • Educational “botanical-garden-like” plant label markers installed over the next month.
  • Regular biweekly maintenance throughout the winter months to include refreshing the mulch.
  • An artwork centerpiece created by Rick Sells in the Spring.

Flower Mills of Social Circle generously donated butterfly weed, milkweed and pansies.  This Pollinator Sanctuary project is made possible by a cooperative effort between the UGA Extension office and the Walton County Master Gardeners.

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