NORTH MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. -- The mayor of North Myrtle Beach, Marilyn Hatley, proclaimed June 5-11, 2022, National Garden Week.
Mayor Hatley’s proclamation offers information about the role gardeners have nurturing beautiful plant life and outdoor resources in the City of North Myrtle Beach and the United States.
NATIONAL GARDEN WEEK
WHEREAS, Gardeners have a passion for nurturing the beauty and resources of the earth through the planting of seeds, the care of all plants and the riches of their efforts; and
WHEREAS, Gardeners seek to add beauty, splendor, fragrance and nutrition to our lives through the growing of herbs, vegetables, foliage and flowers; and
WHEREAS, Gardeners work to preserve our country's traditional spirit of Independence and initiative through innovation and hard work; and
WHEREAS, Gardeners advocate the importance of all creatures, large and small, that share our world and their roles in a balanced and productive ecology; and
WHEREAS, Gardening furnishes a challenging and productive activity for our citizens, for those just learning as well as those having years of experience; and
WHEREAS, Gardening promotes a healthy lifestyle that lasts a lifetime, helps reduce stress from other areas of our life, teaches that rewards can come from diligent efforts; and
WHEREAS, Gardening enables members of Garden Clubs across the nation and the world to make a world of difference in the communities where they reside and work.
NOW, THEREFORE, be it resolved that in an effort to acknowledge the importance of Gardening and the numerous contributions of Gardeners, I, Marilyn Hatley, Mayor of the City of North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, along with the North Myrtle Beach City Council designates the week of June 5-11, 2022 as National Garden Week.
Mayor Hatley urges citizens and visitors to join in the special observance of National Garden Week.