LHS Ag Students help out the Gidley House Project

If you drove down Main Street and Lytle-Somerset Street last week, you may have noticed some happenings at the old Gidley House.  It is a joint project between the Keep Lytle Beautiful Committee and Lytle High School to plant a native and adaptive plant demonstration garden. This project is funded by a grant awarded to the Keep Lytle Beautiful Committee through Keep Texas Beautiful and Lowe's with additional funding from the City of Lytle.  Thanks to all who have helped make this happen for our community!

Posted on October 28, 2013 and filed under Good News, Events.