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Triangle at Summit Hill entry getting makeover

  • RON GOWER/TIMES NEWS Members of the Summit Hill Lions Club work at the triangle at the corner of Pine and Amidon Streets (Route 902) in Summit Hill. They are, l-r, Janel Tirpak, Bob Crampsie, Lou Vermillion, Joe Mangan, and Master Gardener John…
    RON GOWER/TIMES NEWS Members of the Summit Hill Lions Club work at the triangle at the corner of Pine and Amidon Streets (Route 902) in Summit Hill. They are, l-r, Janel Tirpak, Bob Crampsie, Lou Vermillion, Joe Mangan, and Master Gardener John Kupec. Missing from photo is Kathy Crampsie, who spearheaded the project.
Published November 26. 2012 05:05PM

The triangle at the entrance to Summit Hill, at Pine and Amidon Street, Route 902, is getting some major improvements.

The Summit Hill Lions Club has taken on the project of refurbishing the site, especially with the addition of a variety of new plants.

Lions Club member Lou Vermillion said the triangle previously was maintained by the Summit Hill Historical Society. The Historical Society took charge of the project in 1998.

The Lions agreed to take over the project and enlisted the assistance of Master Gardener John Kupec.

Spearheading the project was Lions member Kathy Crampsie.

Vermillion said among the plants being added are rose bushes, cypress, and various bulbs.

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