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Hively Landscapes Volunteers to Help Local School

Thursday, June 04, 2015   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Michele Hines
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On Friday May 8, 2015 thirty five employees of Hively Landscapes volunteered their day to benefit the Alexander D. Goode elementary school in York city.  The school is located at 251 N. Broad Street, York, PA 17403.  Volunteers worked for the day to revitalize the landscaping in the central courtyard of the school so that students may use the area as an outdoor learning area.  Projects included cleaning and repairing a “frog pond”, pruning trees and shrubs, rebuilding raised garden beds, repair of decorative stone walls, planting bed maintenance and general clean up of the entire courtyard area.  Hively Landscapes volunteered this time in conjunction with the “Doing Good for Goode” project of Temple Beth Israel, in York.  Hively Landscapes owner and General Manager, Ted Ventre is quoted “The greater York County community has supported our company since 1968 and we feel that it is our responsibility to support the community in return.”        

Hively Landscapes is a full service landscape contractor providing residential and commercial design, installation and maintenance to South Central PA and Northern Maryland since 1968.   

To learn more about Hively Landscapes visit their website at www.hivelylandscapes.com or contact our office at 717-292-5696.  For additional information regarding this release, please contact Ted Ventre at tventre@hivelylandscapes.com or 717-292-5696.

Contact:

Ted Ventre

tventre@hivelylandscapes.com

Hively Landscapes

4555 Paradise Road

Dover, PA 17315

Office- 717-292-5696

Cell-     717-577-1491


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