Gardeners Sought for Capitol Complex
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) - The state is looking for gardeners who want to tend to flower beds at the Capitol Complex in Charleston next year.
The program assigns specific areas to nonprofit community and civic groups. At least 15 flower beds are available.
The duties consist of preparing the bed and planting flowers, weekly weeding and flower care. Volunteers must provide their own tools and remove dead plants in the fall.
The application deadline is Dec. 31. Applications and guidelines can be obtained by contacting Capitol Grounds Manager John Cummings at (304) 957-7151.