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Ohio LCOs had a chance to pay their respects to veterans.

| December 14, 2012

On  Nov. 10, 26 LCOs from six Southern Ohio lawn care companies converged on the Dayton Veterans Cemetery to donate their time and talents.

This is the 14th year that the Ohio Lawn Care Association has come together to beautify the grounds on these hallowed grounds. 

Volunteers and vendors come together every year to enhance       more than 30 acres of turf at the cemetery. Fertilizer is donated by three local suppliers and the treatments are made by the volunteer participants.

The Vietnam Veterans Memorial was also treated with a fall weed and feed application.


 

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