It started in early April. When taking a little drive or walk around the community, one could see our community pride starting to shine through.
Several homeowners were raking the lawn, cleaning up dead grass and anything that landed there from the snow plow or blew there with the wind, or leveling up mole hills that mysteriously appeared under the snow.
Farmers finally decided winter was over and parked the snow blower out of sight, graded the lane and cleaned up the yard.
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