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Jessamine County: Eagle Scout candidate builds garden boxes

Herald-Leader Staff Report

Alan Beuscher, vice president for Community Relations at Wesley Village, congratulated Eagle Scout candidate Cole Derosett for his public service project.
Alan Beuscher, vice president for Community Relations at Wesley Village, congratulated Eagle Scout candidate Cole Derosett for his public service project. Photo provided

Eagle Scout candidate Cole Derosett of Troop 473 recently completed a community service project in which he created raised cedar wood garden boxes for residents at Wilmore’s Wesley Village.

Derosett is a ninth-grader at West Jessamine High School, and has participated in the Boy Scouts of America for nine years.

The box plantings include heirloom tomatoes, basil, chives, rosemary, sage, parsley, oregano, cilantro, thyme and marigolds. Mark Alderidge supplied the cedar, Glynn Young Landscaping supplied the topsoil, and Stratton Lumber provided the lumber for the project.

Camp Nelson welcomes Harley owners

Camp Nelson Civil War Heritage Park welcomed Harley enthusiasts Thursday through Saturday during the Kentucky Harley Owners Group Rally.

Camp Nelson staff and volunteers presented the Camp Nelson story to the motorcyclists with demonstrations and tours of the interpretive center and Perry House.

More than 700 Harley enthusiasts were in the Bluegrass for the event.

Wilmore yard sale is Saturday

Wilmore will host its annual community-wide Hometown Yard Sale from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday.

For more information, call 859-858-4411 or visit www.wilmore.org.

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