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Orrick says thanks to resident who’s tended landscaped area since late 1970s

Orrick Mayor Cindy Lampton, left, presented resident Judy Bruning with a certificate of appreciation for her dedication to keeping up an almond-shaped landscaped area at the west end of Front Street. Bruning adopted the area in the late 1970s as a community project for her daughters’ Girl Scout troop, which she led, and later had help from an Orrick sorority that has since disbanded. She has continued the upkeep, she said, with  generous support from residents and area businesses. Bruning and her husband Roger, background, left, were recognized at the November city council meeting.

Orrick Mayor Cindy Lampton, left, presented resident Judy Bruning with a certificate of appreciation for her dedication to keeping up an almond-shaped landscaped area at the west end of Front Street. Bruning adopted the area in the late 1970s as a community project for her daughters’ Girl Scout troop, which she led, and later had help from an Orrick sorority that has since disbanded. She has continued the upkeep, she said, with generous support from residents and area businesses. Bruning and her husband Roger, background, left, were recognized at the November city council meeting.

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