Adopt A Garden Program

The Ashwaubenon Parks, Recreation & Forestry Department’s Adopt a Garden Program is a volunteer program designed for citizens to take an active role in our community. Groups or individuals are encouraged to donate their time in our neighborhood or community parks planting flower gardens. If you are interested in volunteering, contact the Parks, Recreation & Forestry Department for assistance in finding a suitable park location in your neighboorhood.

The Village of Ashwaubenon would like to offer a big THANK YOU to our 2015 Adopt A Garden volunteers for their tireless dedication to our Village’s parks. These volunteers plant, weed and maintain the gardens beneath the park signs to keep our community’s parks looking their best. Below are our volunteers from this past summer!!! 

Argonne Park - Peter & Karen Carpenter 

Ashwaubomay & Fort Howard Parks - Rick Rice, Aila-Jean Rice, Adrienne Rice & Kaile Delsart

Bill Diamond Fields - Pat Weisse

Canterbury Park - Kathy & Tom Anderson, Ellen Buckman, Jerry & Barb Klug

Community Center - Mike & Vikki Davister

Gillis Park - Patt Terrien & Bob Coon

Hidden Valley Park - Marilyn Hendzel

Lois Aubinger Park - Bonnie Paul

Mike Van Park - Patti Beno

Pioneer Park (Pioneer Dr.) - Shannon Berken

Pioneer (Ponderosa Ave.) & Waterford Parks - Debbie Rodriquez

Sherwood Forest Park - Rosie Kelliher

Skyline & Klipstine Parks -
Cheryl Knoespel

Smith Park - Al & Kathy Vandenberg

Valley View Park - Girl Scout Troop #4113, Maureen Nesvacil - Leader

Veterans Park - VFW Post #10244 & Steve & Mary Kidd

 

Parks where volunteers are currently needed for 2016:
Ashwaubomay River Trail.