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Slippery Rock in Bloom expects beautiful spring

Volunteers needed in fall

June 30, 2020 Digital Media Exclusive

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A pair of people work on a patch of flowers for Slippery Rock in Bloom.

This is an excerpt from a larger article that appears in Wednesday's Butler Eagle. Subscribe online or in print to read the full article.

Slippery Rock in Bloom has had a rough year, but it is planning to blossom again next spring.

To get there, it will need volunteers in the fall, according to Regina Greenwald, one of the project's leaders.

Slippery Rock in Bloom is an organization that beautifies the borough through the planting of plants and flowers.

Greenwald said the tulip bulbs for this season have been removed. Other plants have been replanted for this season. All of which has been done with workers wearing masks and adhering to social distancing practices.

In the fall, the organization once again will call upon volunteers to help replant tulips.

Greenwald said anyone is welcome to help.

This is an excerpt from a larger article that appears in Wednesday's Butler Eagle. Subscribe online or in print to read the full article.

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