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Serenity Garden Clean Up Day – 20192019-03-07T12:17:55-05:00

Livengrin Building Recovery Together4833 Hulmeville Rd. Bensalem, PA 19020 | 800.245.4746  | info@livengrin.org

2nd Annual – Serenity Garden Clean Up Day

The Serenity Garden, at the heart of the campus, is a beautiful space, providing a peaceful centering point for our patients struggling through a difficult time. We had the first annual clean up day in 2018. We will be carrying this tradition on, hopefully for a really long time!

Please join the Livengrin team for a morning of fellowship – please give an hour or two, whatever you can, to revive this critical campus space – as we plant annuals and perennials, spread mulch, clean the reflection pond, and otherwise rejuvenate at our spiritual core.

Saturday, April 6, 2019 from 9AM until 1PM.

Lunch will be provided – Rain date April 13th (if needed)

Livengrin’s facilities staff will have some supplies and equipment available. Volunteers are welcome to bring their own gardening tools (gloves, shovels, rakes, etc.). Also, feel free to bring your own special flowers or plants to place in the garden.

 

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