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Members of the New Port Richey Garden Club worked in conjunction with the Rotary Club of Trinity to install a butterfly garden at Cypress Elementary School. The dedication of the butterfly garden was April 19. Garden club members who participated included (left to right): Linda Howell, Shirley Koerner and Kay Leigh. (Not pictured: Pat Carter). Courtesy of Mary Muir-Reelitz
Members of the New Port Richey Garden Club worked in conjunction with the Rotary Club of Trinity to install a butterfly garden at Cypress Elementary School. The dedication of the butterfly garden was April 19. Garden club members who participated included (left to right): Linda Howell, Shirley Koerner and Kay Leigh. (Not pictured: Pat Carter). Courtesy of Mary Muir-Reelitz
Published May 8, 2019

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