Adopt A Flower Bed
What is Adopt-A-Flower-Bed?
Adopt-A-Flower-Bed is a volunteer activity where area volunteer groups “adopt” a flower bed in a Channahon Park District park. The adoptive group is responsible for planting and maintaining the bed during the spring, summer, and fall.
We provide all the materials you need.
The Park District provides all planting materials and tools. Volunteer groups need to provide energy, time and enthusiasm. This is an ideal service project for all ages, children through seniors!
If your group would like to Adopt-A-Flower-Bed, please call
our Park Planning & Natural Resource Manager, at 1-815-521-3103.
Thank You Adopt-A-Flower-Bed Program Participants!
2018 Adopt A Bed Program Participants:
|Amberleigh Park||Den 4, Cub Scout Pack 444|
|Central Park (Electronic Sign)||The Wagner Family|
|Deer Path Park||Markowski Family|
|Diamond Park||Den 6, Cub Scout Pack 444|
|Bell Road Sign||Den 4, Cub Scout Pack 444|
|Red Stable Lane Sign||Daisy Troop 75105|
|Heritage Crossing Field House||Brownie Troop 774|
|Louie Moorman Park||Rayola Family|
|Potawatomi Park||Melissa Falkner|
|Red Hawk Park||Raske Family|
|Ridge Park||Cole Family|
|Seneca Park||Debbie Kijowski & Kari Sullivan|
|Skateland||Northern Illinois Junior Roller Derby Team|
|Yellow Pine Park||Conroy Family|