25 Winners Named in Montgomery Floral Display Contest

25 Winners Named in Montgomery Floral Display Contest

The Montgomery Beautification Committee has recognized 25 homes for their plantings and beautification efforts in this summer’s Floral Display Contest.

Award winners received a letter signed by Village President Matt Brolley and Beautification Chair Stan Bond, along with a colorful yard sign to display during the coming weeks.

“We appreciate the efforts of those who plant flowers to help beautify our neighborhoods and the entire village,” Bond said.  “The Beautification Committee would like to thank this year’s winners for their outstanding efforts to make our community attractive and friendly.”


Following is a list of winning addresses:

  • 1342 Oak Ridge Ln.
  • 1859 Deer Run Dr.
  • 1895 Deer Run Dr.
  • 1910 Ridgemont Ct.
  • 1900 Lakeside Dr.
  • 1917 Lakeside Dr.
  • 220 Fairwind Dr.
  • 191 Holmes Pl.
  • 219 Jefferson St.
  • 327 S. Main St.
  • 219 S. River St.
  • 132 Riverside Dr.
  • 2762 Providence Ln.
  • 2354 Majestic Prince Ln.
  • 3279 Huntington Dr.
  • 2447 Prairie Crossing Dr.
  • 2456 Prairie Crossing Dr.
  • 3200 Kennedy Ct.
  • 726 Heatherstone Ave.
  • 3151 Kennedy Ln.
  • 2290 Margaret Dr.
  • 2814 Brian Ln.
  • 2465 Hanbury Ln.
  • 2543 Deerpoint Dr.
  • 2933 Manchester Dr.

Members of the Beautification Committee include Patti Bulat, Martha Larson, Tom Yakaitis, Brett Schaefer, Nancy Tranby, Marilyn Michelini, Marion Bond, Robyn Strait and Judy Brown.

Other Montgomery Beautification Committee programs include the flower plantings along Mill Street Bridge, hanging flower baskets and banner displays throughout the downtown area, refurbishing of entryway signs to the village, construction and oversight of 90 bluebird houses placed in the village’s natural areas, and the holiday decoration awards program.

The Beautification Committee meets on the third Wednesday at 6 pm in Village Hall. Area residents are invited to attend the meetings and participate in our committee’s activities. The committee is always looking for new ideas and creative ways to beautify the community. For more information, visit this page on the village of Montgomery website.

SOURCE: village of Montgomery news release