After months without a groundskeeper and a long drought, our landscape and trees have been cleaned up and maintained.

First phase (December 3-4):

Hazardous tree removal, tree care, crown cleaning, tree thinning/pruning/raising, debris chipping/dumping, etc. This major work affects these trees: ash (3), pine (1), redwood (1), magnolia (4), cypress (3), cedar (2).

Second phase (December 6 and ongoing)

Grass mowing/edging, ivy trimming, debris and leaf removing, weed control, bush removal, irrigation repairs, etc.

This project is not possible without (1) our dedicated Buildings & Grounds Committee, and (2) your generous contributions to Ascension Parish.  Thank you!

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