Seven youth, along with the help of adults, planted the 4-H Centennial Flowerbed, which graced Rosholt Fair Park, just in time for the fair.
Tracy Glodowski, Dennis Kurszewski and Sherry Wanta took on the project which started a few months ago. Tracy’s father, Gary Napiwocki (grandfather to three 4-H youth) refurbished and donated the antique spreader. Dennis and his brother, Joe, placed the boulders to outline the flowerbed. They also added soil for a good planting depth. Gary then built the fence to outline the back border. Once the sign was in place (made by Dennis) they were ready to plant.
On the very rainy evening of August 25th, seven 4-H youth, along with the help of adults, planted flowers purchased by Sherry Wanta. The flowerbed was mulched with bark made possible by a donation from a local Rosholt resident, Tom Ritcher. Green Meadow Turf (Tom & Kim Glodowski) donated the sod in front of the display.
The time, talent and donations of many helped make this unique display possible. The Rosholt Pioneers 4-H Club will maintain the display for years to come.