Darryl Christy, left, and Donald Workman, of D & M Landscaping planted mums in preparation for a grand opening after renovations at the Hope Center in Lexington on Sept. 25, 2013.
Darryl Christy, left, and Donald Workman, of D & M Landscaping planted mums in preparation for a grand opening after renovations at the Hope Center in Lexington on Sept. 25, 2013. Herald-Leader File Photo.
Darryl Christy, left, and Donald Workman, of D & M Landscaping planted mums in preparation for a grand opening after renovations at the Hope Center in Lexington on Sept. 25, 2013. Herald-Leader File Photo.

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