Garden club announces 2022 landscaping awards


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The Highland County Courthouse was the winner in the community category.

The Highland County Courthouse was the winner in the community category.


Photo courtesy of Marilyn Hiestand

The Meeker residence at 208 E. Walnut St. was a winner in the residential category.


Photo courtesy of Marilyn Hiestand

The Howland residence at 327 W. South St. was a winner in the residential category.


Photo courtesy of Marilyn Hiestand

The Boatman residence at 327 W. Walnut St. was a winner in the residential category.


Photo courtesy of Marilyn Hiestand

From Me To You was the winner in the commercial category.


Photo courtesy of Marilyn Hiestand

The Hillsboro Garden Club, in association with the Ohio Association of Garden Clubs, ahve announced their 2022 landscaping winner selections.

In the Community Category, the winner was the Highland County Courthouse at 105 N. High St.

In the Residential Category, the Meeker residence at 208 E. Walnut St., the Donley residence at 601 S. High St., the Boatman residence at 327 W. Walnut St., and the Howland residence at 327 W. South St. were the winners.

In the Commercial Category, the From Me to You gift shop at 140-2 S. High St. was the winner for its planters along with the Southern Hills Community Bank at 310 N. High St.

Each of the winners has received a certificate and a note thanking them for beautifying the local community.

The next meeting of the Hillsboro Garden Club will be Sept. 27 at Floral Hall on the Highland County Fairgrounds. The program will be the fall plant, bulb and garden-related auction and will begin at 7 p.m. All gardeners are invited.

Remember to visit the garden club at the fair next week.

Submitted by Jennifer West, Hillsboro Garden Club.

The Highland County Courthouse was the winner in the community category.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2022/09/web1_Courthouse-2.jpegThe Highland County Courthouse was the winner in the community category. Photo courtesy of Marilyn Hiestand

The Meeker residence at 208 E. Walnut St. was a winner in the residential category.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2022/09/web1_208-East-Walnut-3.jpegThe Meeker residence at 208 E. Walnut St. was a winner in the residential category. Photo courtesy of Marilyn Hiestand

The Howland residence at 327 W. South St. was a winner in the residential category.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2022/09/web1_327-West-South.jpegThe Howland residence at 327 W. South St. was a winner in the residential category. Photo courtesy of Marilyn Hiestand

The Boatman residence at 327 W. Walnut St. was a winner in the residential category.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2022/09/web1_327-West-Walnut.jpegThe Boatman residence at 327 W. Walnut St. was a winner in the residential category. Photo courtesy of Marilyn Hiestand

From Me To You was the winner in the commercial category.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2022/09/web1_From-Me-to-You-shop.jpegFrom Me To You was the winner in the commercial category. Photo courtesy of Marilyn Hiestand

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