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Floyd County

March 11, 2014

Planting Pansies

Volunteers beautify New Albany ahead of statewide conference

NEW ALBANY — Keep New Albany Clean and Green volunteers placed pansies in a planter along East Main Street in downtown New Albany on Monday afternoon in anticipation of 350 guests coming to New Albany April 6 through 9 for the Indiana Historical Preservation Conference. A dozen volunteers worked to place the flowers in 60 planters throughout the downtown area. See related photo.

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