Princess Anne hosts grand opening and ribbon cutting for Todd family community garden

PRINCESS ANNE, Md.- Princess Anne leaders and residents came out for the grand opening of the new Todd family community garden.

This living memorial garden was made in memory of the Todd family, a family of eight who lost their lives six years ago from carbon monoxide poisoning.

Many organizations, businesses, and residents worked hard to make this beautiful space come to light.

It will be used as a learning lab, a place for people to relax, as well as to get herbs.

And now that the garden is open to the public a coordinator told us he’s excited for people to take advantage of what it has to offer.

“It’s just a blessing., that the own commissioners and Mr. McCoy came a long decided to bring this project and make it a reality,” Kirkland Hall, the site coordinator for the project. “One of the things we want the young people to understand that education is so very ,very important, it should be a top priority in our county.”

Hall added that they have more plans for the space, like adding fruit trees and a shed.

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