Interested in joining the Halifax Garden Club? Please call John Kessinger for more details
Our first public raffle at Halifax in Lights was a success! We enjoyed meeting everyone. Congratulations to all the winners!
The Halifax Beautification Committee want to thanks Duffy Lawncare who won a successful bid to beautify the traffic island on Route 106 and 58 and put a sign on it. Keep an eye out for this island as it becomes more beautiful!
What else have we been up to?
On May 15, 2014 the Halifax Beautification Committee held its very own Plant Something MA Day! The Halifax Beautification Committee has completed the traffic island on South Street and Carver Street. It is now a splendid array of beautiful flowers! Thank you to Joy Marble and Jessica Raduc for helping us plant flowers on the island! Thank you also to John Kissinger for planting the flowers around the Halifax Town Hall and helping to beautify the Ruth Perkins Reading Garden outside of the Holmes Public Library!
A special thank you to the students of Silver Lake High School Argicrultural Department themselves who grew a breath-taking assortment of colorful Zinnias and beautiful Pinks for our Plant Something MA Day! Thank you! The traffic island on South Street and Carver Street has never looked better!
The Halifax Beautification Committee would like to heartily thank all who participated in "Halifax Clean-Up Days" this past April and May 2014. We had a great time picking up Halifax, MA with you. Thank you good citizens of Halifax, MA! Thank you, especially to all of the Silver Lake High School students who helped during our Halifax Clean Up Days!
The Halifax Beautification Committee would also like to express thanks to Walmart of Halifax, MA for their generous donation of a $25.00 giftcard to our ongoing beautification efforts.
Duties & Responsibilities
The Beautification Committee works to improve the landscape of the Town's properties including the areas around public buildings, along the streets and traffic islands by planting flowering plants, bushes and other vegetation and helping to keep these areas free from litter.