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Monarch Garden Gets Wings Polished


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

The Butterfly Garden is located at the intersection of East Strickland Street and Highway 92 and offers a gazebo, picnic tables and a passive area for patrons to enjoy. 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. 

Anyone who is interested in volunteering with KDB, please email [email protected].

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Krystal is a graduate of the University of West Georgia with a bachelor's degree in Mass Communications and a minor in Psychology. She enjoys weightlifting, loves journalism and social media, UWG football, The Walking Dead, hanging out in bookstores, photography, cooking, doing yoga, and watching Falcons football.