The gardener's eye

The Gardener's Eye

Monday, November 23, 2015

In Gratitude for a Public Parks Champion

Thanksgiving week is an excellent time to take a moment of gratitude for those who have made a difference in our lives and in this case, our community here in Peterborough, New Hampshire. Last month, our Town Administrator, Pam Brenner, retired. Pam has been instrumental in the Public/Private Partnership that have made the gardens in the public parks in Peterborough a success. As a member of the Peterborough Parks Committee, I have been collaborating with Pam for 17 years of her two-decade-long tenure. Pam understood the importance and usefulness of beautiful public spaces in the economic vitality and quality of life of our town and she has been supportive of each and every project in the parks. Pam has been instrumental in securing grants, public funding and collaborating with private philanthropists and gardening volunteers to create parks of the highest quality in both horticulture and design. Thank you, Pam, for all that you have done to make our town a better place. You will be greatly missed! Enjoy your well-deserved retirement.

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