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Posted on: August 6, 2018

Monarch Garden Gets Wings Polished

Butterfly on bush

BioLife Plasma Services and Keep Douglasville Beautiful (KDB) joined together on August 6th to rejuvenate the Mayor’s Monarch Pledge Butterfly Garden located at Worthan Park.  

The group of about 25 volunteers put in several hours of hard work and determination, mixed with lots of laughs, to refresh the garden by replacing mulch, creating a rock walking path, installing landscape edging and weeding the area – creating a more attractive garden for butterflies.  

BioLife Plasma Services, located on Chapel Hill Road, volunteered with KDB for the workday as part of their company’s annual day of service commitment.  O'Charley's Restaurant in Douglasville provided bottled water for the volunteers.

If your group or business is interested in volunteering with KDB, please email

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