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COASTAL WILDSCAPES' SPRING 2021 NATIVE PLANT SALE!

Thompson's ready for customers!

 

It was great to welcome  Coastal Wildscapes and the native plant vendors back to Ashantilly! Covid was still respected, masks required and everything outdoors with only the Ladies Library bathroom available. Lots of plants were bought and sold! A semi-return to normal was greatly appreciated!

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Ladies Library Bathroom has been completed!

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All work has been completed in the bathroom off of the Ladies Library! New tile floor, new vanity, and new toilet have been installed. Thanks to Matt Kleymeyer for donating his services to remove old toilet/vanity and reinstall the new ones!

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Spartan Gets New Roof Coating!

Spartan roof

 

Our Vintage Spartan's roof has received a leak-proof coating! This 1960-era park model camper will be housing for our residencies, and for visiting guest artists and speakers. A lot of work remains before it will be usable, but we are looking for grants to help us along the way!

 

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NEW FLOORING COMPLETED IN LADIES' LIBRARY

Ladies Library

 

 

The beautiful pine flooring donated by the Gignilliat family has been installed, sanded, and finished! It looks beautiful! Hopefully we will be open in the near future for everyone to see the dramatic difference it has made! Thanks again to Mike and Debbie and to all who donated to the installation costs!

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Trailblazing African American Women of Coastal Georgia

 

Dr. Melissa Cooper spoke to a standing room only crowd at St. Cyprian's! This program was well received by the community. A box lunch was served at the St. Andrew's Parrish Hall, followed by an afternoon session where three Trailblazers were highlighted. Many thanks to our speakers, Georgia Humanities, McSEED, the Links,  and all the volunteers and board members who made this an outstanding event!

A lovely reception for Dr. Cooper was held at Ashantilly the evening before the conference.

 

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