Entegrus employees get into the spirit of the Bloom

Jul 24 • Feature Story, Local NewsNo Comments on Entegrus employees get into the spirit of the Bloom

 

Second from left, Monica More, municipal co-ordinator for Communities in Bloom, is pictured with Entegrus employees Gary Aitken, Sarah Regnier, Dave Cullen, Margaret Rodd, Andrya Eagen, Deb Smith, and Mark Hogg.

Second from left, Monica More, municipal co-ordinator for Communities in Bloom, is pictured with Entegrus employees Gary Aitken, Sarah Regnier, Dave Cullen, Margaret Rodd, Andrya Eagen, Deb Smith, and Mark Hogg.

People coming into Chatham by train will encounter a more visually appealing vista on the north side of the tracks, thanks to Entegrus employees.

The staff of the power company revamped a 400-foot stretch of land between the rail line and Entegrus-owned property on Queen St. It’s been transformed into a trio of gardens, complete with benches, walkway and a new sign welcoming visitors to Chatham-Kent.

Work on the gardens finished in time for the arrival of the Communities in Bloom international judges July 25.

 

Second from left, Monica More, municipal co-ordinator for Communities in Bloom, is pictured with Entegrus employees Gary Aitken, Sarah Regnier, Dave Cullen, Margaret Rodd, Andrya Eagen, Deb Smith, and Mark Hogg.

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