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Published: Thursday, July 25, 2013, 12:01 a.m.

Mill Creek selects the best gardens in town

The city of Mill Creek announced its annual list of Great Gardens chosen by the Art and Beautification Board.
The 2013 award-winning homeowners are:
  • George Guimont, 13823 23rd Ave. SE, Heatherwood W.
  • Steven Diamond, 13307 28th Ave. SE, Heatherwood W.
  • Scott and Vickie Jensen, 15404 Third Drive SE, River Crossing
  • Bruce Marshlain, 2702 143rd Place SE, Huckleberry
  • Dennis and Mary Maher, 16317 29th Drive SE, The Highlands
  • Alice Wilburn, 13724 28th Drive SE, Silver Crest
  • Frank and Christina Lemos, 14631 14th Ave. SE, Holly
  • Mark and Renee Oostra, 3325 157th Place SE, The Parks
  • John Turner, 15812 32nd Ave. SE, The Parks
  • Ernest and Virginia Plaster, 2918 140th Place SE, Silver Crest
  • Donald and Caroline Sand, 2916 145th Place SE, Appletree at Thomas Lake
  • Kum Yoou, 1701 166th Place SE, The Lakes
  • Peter and Linda Gilmartin, 15914 24th Court SE, Heatherstone.
Story tags » Mill CreekGardening

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