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New pillars installed at Chimney Park
Members of the Satzuki Garden Club and the Chimney Park Board of Directors met to dedicate columns at the old home foundation in Chimney Park Monday. Pictured, left to right from the top row are: Jane Myers, Cora Tilley, Virginia Davidson, Jane Alexander, Gwen Gibbs, Connie Brantley, Susie Jefferson, Jonnie Hart, Rosalie Campbell, Paula Walsh, Becky Dodson, Libby Hendrick, Jane Woodward, Beverly Copland, Mary Mansker, Gail Ragsdale,Jean Harwell, Bettye Robertson,Cathy Sigman, Lee Peterson, Daniel Allen, Debbie Bernard, Pat Bryan, Pam Pace, Jean Austin, Christy Lassiter, Amelia Fazio and Anne Laster.

Members of the Satzuki Garden Club and Friends of Newton Parks Board of Directors gathered at Chimney Park Monday, Sept. 12 to dedicate a new addition to the park.

Columns, designed by Scott Fuss and built by Hopi, were recently installed on the foundation of the Patterson home. The Satzuki Garden Club donated the funds for the columns.

The Satzuki Garden Club is inviting to anyone interested in joining the garden club to come to Academy Springs Park Oct. 10 at 10:30 a.m. for the Butterfly/Pollinator Garden dedication. The garden was a gift from the Satzuki Garden Club to the citizens of Newton County Community. Following the dedication light refreshments will be served. At 11 a.m. in the amphitheater, Tattle Tale Productions will present a play on the life cycle of a butterfly. The play is suitable for all ages.