Hospice House receives donation from local landscaper

Published 10:04 am Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Craig McSwain, volunteer, and staff member Kevin Fisher at the Hospice House garden. (photo submitted)

Things are happening at Hospice House of the Carolina Foothills. Now that it’s been up and running for two years, Craig McSwain, volunteer, and Kevin Fisher, food services manager, saw the need for a vegetable garden. Tim Edwards Landscaping in Mill Spring donated the majority of items needed to get the raised beds started.  And with those essential items acquired, the rest came from Home Depot in Spartanburg and Shehan’s Grading in Landrum. Then the planting began.
“We’ve planted tomatoes, squash, cucumbers, peppers and corn,” said Fisher. This garden is another way the community helps provide what’s needed so we can do the very best job. We can’t do everything alone, and we don’t.  It is a privilege to work and serve the families in the Carolina Foothills community, and to have the help of so many people and businesses.”
– article submitted by Marsha Van Hecke

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