Posting our call for Adopt-a-Pot volunteers is a reminder that spring is right around the corner!
Help us celebrate spring’s arrival by volunteering to take part in Corn Hill’s Adopt-A-Pot program, now in its 11th year. The flower pots visually tie our neighborhood together, as well as provide a simple way for neighbors to get involved in the Corn Hill Community. And when the plants are in full bloom, they reflect the vitality and beauty of our neighborhood.
This is how it works – In late May, the Beautification Committee will plan and fertilize about two dozen large flowerpots. We will place them in locations that have the greatest visual impact (such as on street corners) and as close as possible to their adoptive parents. All we ask of volunteers is to keep their assigned pots watered throughout the summer and early fall so that the flowers grow and thrive. We only require your green-thumb talents!
This is not a huge time commitment, but it is an important way in which you might contribute to the pride and beauty of our community. If you are interested in volunteering to become a “pot-parent,” please use the form below to contact the Beautification Committee.
Thank you to all past flowerpot parents for making this such a successful, ongoing, neighborhood project. If you would like to continue to participate in this beautification effort, you do still need to notify us. Our flowers and flowerpots, like our community art and friendly people, are symbols of our welcoming neighborhood. We hope you decide to join us!