Hanging Baskets in Downtown Jefferson

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Thank you to all of the volunteers in helping to plant those beautiful hanging baskets this morning.  With 15 adults and one small child, we had all 32 baskets planted in 1 hour!  The purple petunias and sweet potato vines are gorgeous, and we know the City Crew will be receiving lots of compliments as they hang them alongside the American flags.   It is a little bit of Americana right here in Jefferson.  Here are several pics of the work crew, but we missed Roger Aegerter and Pete Russell in in it.

Jean Walker made all of the arrangements again this year, and we were sorry she couldn’t be there, but her work is very much appreciated.  This is the second year of this project of Jefferson Matters: Main Street and City of Jefferson.  Thanks for making Jefferson a beautiful place to be!



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Rooftop Art Reception

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The Tower View Team and Jefferson Matters: Main Street invites you to

join them on Saturday, June 6, 2015 at 2:00 PM as they celebrate the roof

top artwork of Stephanie Hammond. TVT had a dream, Stephanie had a

dream and now we have the first roof-top art installation. Come and meet

and greet the artist at the top of the tower and experience

Renewed Dreams”

The more the merrier and EVERYONE can go up the Bell Tower for

FREE from 2 – 4 PM to meet and greet the artist. Refreshments will be

available. The first 100 who ride the elevator to the top of the tower

that day will get a cool keepsake from TVT commemorating this very

special event.

TVT: Wait ’Til You See!

 

$100 Drawing Winner!

Doug Lawton receiving his $100 in Chamber Bucks.
Doug Lawton receiving his $100 in Chamber Bucks.

Doug Lawton of rural Jefferson won$100 in Greene County Chamber Bucks for visiting the buildings on the Empty Building Tour.  The tour of six available buildings was held on April 16 & 18 in downtown Jefferson.  Thirty people filled out the cards for the drawing but organizers reported over 70 people visiting the various sites.  A packet of info on those buildings was available to all and is still available to those interested at the Jefferson Matters: Main Street Office at 110 West Lincoln Way.  Doug said he thought the tour was excellent and felt it was very beneficial for those who took the tour.