Making Castlegar even more welcoming

Peter Wulowka of Raccoon Carpentry and Steve Jerome donated their time to help Darlene Kalawsky of Communities in Bloom beautify Castlegar’s welcome sign near Blueberry last week. Wulowka, with apprentices, plans to team up with Communities in Bloom throughout the summer to bring his carpentry creativity to area residents. To contact Wulowka, phone 365-9810. The rocks used for the planting were donated by Marwest Industries.

Peter Wulowka of Raccoon Carpentry and Steve Jerome donated their time to help Darlene Kalawsky of Communities in Bloom beautify Castlegar’s welcome sign near Blueberry last week. Wulowka, with apprentices, plans to team up with Communities in Bloom throughout the summer to bring his carpentry creativity to area residents. To contact Wulowka, phone 365-9810. The rocks used for the planting were donated by Marwest Industries.

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