Be on the lookout!
The Bellevue Neighborhood Association Garden Team has been working hard to make our historical neighborhood signs, parks, and planters beautiful. Be on the lookout these next few months for their handy work and artistic arrangements. Pansies are already in place and boxwood, limelight hydrangea, mums, candytuft, lilies, and irises will be going in soon.
Also, in recognition of National Arbor Day, the BNA has received 10 redbud seedlings from the Arbor Day Foundation and will be planting them along Memorial Parkway. And for those who've been having trouble figuring out which tree is what, the BNA will be placing tree identification pavers throughout the Beach Park. Our goal is to continue the tree identification project in other parks and gardens in the future so citizens and visitors alike can not only enjoy the shade and beauty of the specimens of trees we have in Bellevue... but also be able to identify what they are!
Become a member of the BNA
The 2011 BNA Membership Drive begins April 30th with a door-to-door delivery of membership/dues invitations. Keep your eyes peeled for the white and red envelope at your door. Dues go directly to keeping Bellevue beautiful.
Volunteers are still needed to distribute the invitations. If you can spend an hour and a half hanging envelopes on door knobs in your neighborhood, please come to a kick-off breakfast at 9am on April 30th. For more info or to RSVP contact Phil Hagner: firstname.lastname@example.org or 491-5437.