Campbell School Beautification Settles in for a Long Winter

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There's a lot to be said for hard work--especially the kind where your hands get dirty. As Jirapon Raders-Chambers and Joanne Sabatino-Falkenstein can attest, hard work combined with the stalwart support of the Metuchen Garden Club, the Campbell/Moss PTO and Ms. Florence Carter, the principal of Campbell School, can turn a ho-hum landscape into the beautiful designation we now see at Talmadge and Durham Avenues.

There are annuals and perennials all along the sidewalks, built-in vegetable gardens, a courtyard fit for teachers to teach in and more. The work, completed over the last four months, is now in a period of stasis, thanks to the colder weather coming in. But their fantastic resuilts are a joy to see. Check out these pictures, from Jirapon, to really see how great it all looks, from donated plants to the edible garden being used in school projects.

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Congratulations, Jirapon and Joanne! You did mighty good! That was lots of hard work...thank you so much for bringing all that beauty to Metuchen.

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