Geauga SWCD Rain Barrel Campaign Thank You Letter

The Geauga Soil and Water Conservation District wishes to thank everyone who participated in our 2014 Rain Barrel Yard Art Campaign, where six rain barrels were beautifully decorated by local artists and groups.

The sale of all six barrels successfully raised over $1,000 for the District’s environmental education programs.

Thanks to all who painted and purchased rain barrels! Also, thanks to Ken’s Auto Body, Inc. in Troy Township for protecting the barrels with clear sealant.

2014 Rain Barrel Artists and Buyers

Watering the Horses Rain Barrel created by Byron Leffler and sold to Shari Bailey.

Grouchy Rain Barrel created by The Rodusky Family and sold to Ken Zwolinski.

Fantasy, Freedom, & Butterflies Rain Barrel created by Kay Hendricks and sold to Shelia LaRosa.

Flamingo Rain Barrel created by Berkshire High School Art Club sold to Barb Neimeier.

Gypsy Horse Go-Round Rain Barrel created by Mary Samide and sold to Gale Rempel.

Breathe Rain Barrel created by Yvonne Delgado and sold to Kristi Burr.

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