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I'm not so sure about this "second city," stuff anymore....

  • Subject: [cg] I'm not so sure about this "second city," stuff anymore....
  • From: adam36055@aol.com
  • Date: Wed, 12 Apr 2006 12:49:42 -0400

Garden in the City Event Urban and Landscaping Event Planned
Tuesday April 11, 12:00 pm ET
Do-It-Yourself Green Roofing System to Be Unveiled
--(BUSINESS WIRE)----WHAT: The Chicago Park District will host a "Garden in
the City." This is America's first garden and landscaping show focusing on
urban horticulture and community greening. The event will display gardens and
garden designs specifically created for urban living.
Mayor Richard M. Daley will welcome all participants, vendors, and visitors.
WHERE: The event will be held in Chicago's Butler Field, Grant Park.
WHEN: May 13 - May 21, 2006
SPECIAL TRIBUTES: One of the exhibitors at the event will be GreenGrid, which
manufactures and installs Green Roofs. GreenGrid will unveil a new
"do-it-yourself" Green Roofing system developed especially for homeowners.
CONTACTS: For more information on Green roofing systems and Green roofs for
homeowners, please call Sandra McCullough at 312-424-3319; McCullough is a
LEEDB.-Accredited Professional with Weston Solutions, Inc., and GreenGridB..
CONTACTS: For additional information on the event, call 312-742-4817

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