Beaver Dam Jr./Sr. High School is an inviting place to visit

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Linda Gault and Kevin Boyer along with helper Jack admire the precision work of the brick layers as they complete the Beaver Dam Jr./Sr. High School beautification project which is funded by the Mesquite Rotary Club and the Beaver Dam Jr./Sr. High School Interact Club.  The project was completed on June 26.  Photo by Teri Nehrenz

Linda Gault and Kevin Boyer along with helper Jack admire the precision work of the brick layers as they complete the Beaver Dam Jr./Sr. High School beautification project which is funded by the Mesquite Rotary Club and the Beaver Dam Jr./Sr. High School Interact Club. The project was completed on June 26. Photo by Teri Nehrenz

The nearly month-long Beaver Dam Jr./Sr. High School beautification project is complete. The once barren area between the school and the ballfield is now filled with colorful plants and trees which when mature will provide lots of shade for students, faculty and visitors to sit and enjoy the space.

The project is a combined effort with Mesquite Rotary, Kokopelli Landscaping and Star Nursery putting forth momentum, muscle and matter.

The project is funded by the Mesquite Rotary Club and their annual Mudd Volleyball games.

Kokopelli Landscaping completed all the ground work like digging, trenching and stabilizing the hillside. They also took care of the landscaping design.

Star Nursery, who was also glad to pitch in, donated over 160 plants in five gallon containers that were planted on the hillside and around the bell up to the parking lot. The plants will build strong root systems to help stop the erosion that had been a recurring problem on the once barren hill.

Visitors are encouraged to stop by and enjoy the scenery and the area.

For more information on the Mesquite Rotary and how you can get involved or donate visit their website at https://mesquitenvrotary.org/.

Rotary Club District 5300 Assistant Governor, Jake Noll, and Rotary Club Member and Interact Club Leader, Linda Gault put some finishing touches on the Beaver Dam Jr./Sr. High School beautification project on Saturday, June 25.   Photo by Teri Nehrenz

Rotary Club District 5300 Assistant Governor, Jake Noll, and Rotary Club Member and Interact Club Leader, Linda Gault put some finishing touches on the Beaver Dam Jr./Sr. High School beautification project on Saturday, June 25. Photo by Teri Nehrenz

The last project to complete the Beaver Dam Jr./Sr. High School beautification was the laying of the walkway from the parking lot to the steps leading to the ballfield.   Kokopelli’s crew along with Rotary Club members get an early start to beat the heat.  The project which began on June 3 took just under a month to complete.  Photo by Teri Nehrenz

The last project to complete the Beaver Dam Jr./Sr. High School beautification was the laying of the walkway from the parking lot to the steps leading to the ballfield. Kokopelli’s crew along with Rotary Club members get an early start to beat the heat. The project which began on June 3 took just under a month to complete. Photo by Teri Nehrenz

The Beaver Dam Jr./Sr. High School beautification project, funded by the Mesquite Rotary Club’s Interact Program headed by Linda Gault, included plated beds of cactus, colorful flowers and Ash trees for shade.  Ground plants were donated to the project by Star Nursery and landscaping was completed by Kokopelli Landscaping and Rotary and Interact Club members.  Photo by Teri Nehrenz

The Beaver Dam Jr./Sr. High School beautification project, funded by the Mesquite Rotary Club’s Interact Program headed by Linda Gault, included plated beds of cactus, colorful flowers and Ash trees for shade. Ground plants were donated to the project by Star Nursery and landscaping was completed by Kokopelli Landscaping and Rotary and Interact Club members. Photo by Teri Nehrenz

Demetrio Alvarado, Kokopelli Landscaping employee and foreman on the Beaver Dam Jr./Sr. High School beautification project, finishes the final phase of the project by laying the pavers which will complete the walkway from the parking lot to the stairs leading to the ballfield.  Photo by Teri Nehrenz

Demetrio Alvarado, Kokopelli Landscaping employee and foreman on the Beaver Dam Jr./Sr. High School beautification project, finishes the final phase of the project by laying the pavers which will complete the walkway from the parking lot to the stairs leading to the ballfield. Photo by Teri Nehrenz

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