Following a tradition that goes back more than 20 years, the all-volunteer Mountlake Terrace Garden Club recently planted beautiful impatiens around city welcoming signs at Firefighters Memorial Park (3900-228th St. S.W.) and adjacent to the I-5/220th Street Southwest onramp.
Each spring and fall, Garden Club members enhance the entrances to the city by planting flowers and tending the flower beds that welcome the residents and visitors to Mountlake Terrace. The club maintains seven garden areas around the city: at Firefighters Memorial Park, the I-5/220th Street SW onramp, the Mountlake Terrace Transit Center, the Mountlake Terrace Library, Evergreen Playfield, Ballinger Playfield and the corner of 48th Avenue West and 244th Street SW.
The Garden Club is always looking for new members who would like to join them in their effort to adorn the city with colorful flowers. You can find more information about the club here., click http://www.mltgardenclub.org/.