Scott's Landscaping

Licensed General Contractor

 

Specializing in commercial &

large residential projects

  • Landscape & Hardscape
  • Retaining Walls
  • Hydro-Seeding
  • Grading
  • Excavation
  • Land Clearing

  Cell:  336-657-0545

Office:  336-372-1626

Put the TREAT back in

RETREAT!

Laurel Ridge Camp &

Conference Center invites

groups of all kinds to use our

beautiful lodging facilities for

your next retreat.  Visit our

website or contact our office to

make a reservation today!

laurelridge.org

The Oak Ridge Boys

 

May 10, 2019

The Walker Center

Wilkes Community College

Click for tickets

www.walkercenteronline.org 

or call 336-838-6260  

June 1st is

Land Trust Day

at Mast Store

All of us benefit from the work 

of our local land trusts

from enjoying a hike on a trail,

taking a sip of clean water,

watching a herd of deer cross

an open field, or keeping a

family farm in the family.

 

On June 1, all Mast Store

locations will be hosting a local

land trust to share info on 

their work. At the end of the

day, Mast Store will donate

20% of the day's sales

to support conservation.

Click the link to learn more!

Wren's Nest Landscaping

NOW HIRING!

We are hiring several positions:

 

Landscape Foreman- Driver's

license and experience required

 

Garden Center Assistants

 

Landscape Laborer

www.wrenscape@skybest.com

 

Call today for info and all of

your landscape needs.

 828-297-6378


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Photo for May 26, 2019

Nancy sends this photo. She said, "I am a NC licensed wildlife rehabilitator. Spring is baby season. Wild cottontail rabbits "nest" in shallow holes dug in the ground by the mother rabbit. Nests are often found in people's lawns, gardens or shrubs. Please walk the yard and look under shrubs to check for wildlife before doing yard work. Keep a close eye on your cats and dogs, they also find baby bunnies. The ears are painted so I can identify them while feeding." Thank you, Nancy for sharing a picture of these adorable bunnies and reminding us to be aware of the wildlife around us.




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