Brecken McElhaney, left, smiles with his mom, Christy, and brother Brody during the Rangely Community Gardens’ third annual fundraiser barbecue in front of Rangely True Value on Saturday, netting roughly $400 that will be used to extend the gardens’ water line. True Value owner Rodger Polley sponsored the event again this year, which featured hot dogs, chips, drinks and a gas grill drawing. Volunteers and youth also planted the town’s flowers along Main Street last week. A campaign is also under way to raise money for a small tractor or ATV to help with plowing. To find out more or get involved, go to www.rangelygardens.com.
Children are invited to the Rangely Community Gardens’ free Kids Harvest Garden Club on Fridays from 1 to 4 p.m., when they engage in a variety of interactive and imaginative activities like scarecrow building.
RANGELY I The Rangely Community Gardens finished its 2014 season by handing out more than 550 pumpkins to children and community members before Halloween. Since the Gardens’ inception in 2011, organizer Sharon Stewart has held […]
RANGELY I If this spring is any indication, Rangely Community Gardens organizers will continue building on a sturdy foundation of gardening and community involvement.