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Brownstown Beautification Committee Plans To Improve Entrances To Town
Updated November 29, 2016 8:15 AM
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(BROWNSTOWN) - The Brownstown Town Council approved to let a local group to beautify several public places in the county seat including the newly built Heritage Park park.

The Brownstown Beautification Committee also plans to do it for little or no cost to the town, committee member Joe Reynolds told the Seymour Tribune. The committee is part of Brownstown/Ewing Main Street.

Reynolds says the idea is to raise money from donations and other sources to maintain the areas and involving people in doing the work.

Reynolds, who also is a member of the Brownstown Exchange Club, says the effort is an expansion of that club's projects to beautify the entrances to town on the east and west ends on U.S. 50.

He hope is to involve other organizations such as 4-H clubs and the Brownstown Central High School's FFA chapter to help with physical part of the work.

Some of the areas on the list include the entrance to the newly opened Heritage Park, the corners of the Jackson County Courthouse, the depot in Ewing, areas at the Jackson County History Center; the entrance to the Brownstown Park and town planters.

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