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Faith Bemiss | DemocratLori Sartain, left, and Kim Rimel, owner of My Bloomin Business, LLC of Sedalia, scattered mulch around Bothwell Regional Heath Center's Emergency Room sign at 13th Street and Ingram Avenue Friday. Not shown are Gannon Sawford and Andrew Catron who were bringing mulch to the women in a wheel barrow.
Faith Bemiss | DemocratLori Sartain, left, and Kim Rimel, owner of My Bloomin Business, LLC of Sedalia, scattered mulch around Bothwell Regional Heath Center's Emergency Room sign at 13th Street and Ingram Avenue Friday. Not shown are Gannon Sawford and Andrew Catron who were bringing mulch to the women in a wheel barrow.
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Faith Bemiss | Democrat


Lori Sartain, left, and Kim Rimel, owner of My Bloomin Business, LLC of Sedalia, scattered mulch around Bothwell Regional Heath Center’s Emergency Room sign at 13th Street and Ingram Avenue Friday. Not shown are Gannon Sawford and Andrew Catron who were bringing mulch to the women in a wheel barrow.


Faith Bemiss | Democrat


Rimel, who is also a horticulture instructor at State Fair Community College and manager of SFCC’s greenhouse, along with her crew planted 1,500 tulips bulbs last fall that are now in bloom at the hospital’s main entrance.


Faith Bemiss | Democrat


Sprucing up for Easter, Susan Lemler, owner of A Woman’s Touch Landscape, and Jeremey Kroeger work together to clean out leaves and dead grass from shrubbery on the west side of the lawn at First Baptist Church Friday afternoon. Krogerer said he is teaching Lifelong Learning classes in The Care of Shrubs, and Landscape Design at State Fair Community College April 22-29. Those interested may call 530-5822, email lifelonglearning@sfccmo.edu or go to sfccmo.edu/lifelonglearning.


 
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