Laying the groundwork
Pleasant Home School in Andalusia was recently presented a check by Wiregrass RC&D in Ozark to help with the repair of their parking lot. The more than $6,000 project helped to prevent erosion from rain, wind and traffic by protecting the soil, improving storm water drainage in the parking area at the school and has improved the appearance of the recreational grounds.
Pictured are Bill Godwin and Mike Birge, Covington County Soil and Water Conservation District supervisors; William R. Combs, Pleasant Home assistant principal; Wayne Reynolds, Wiregrass RC&D; Darren Capps, county engineer and Wiregrass RC&D member; and James Currington, Wiregrass RC&D coordinator.
Children at the Andalusia Public Library’s Friday preschool storytime are celebrating Halloween all month long. On Friday, children received a... read more