BASF volunteers plant flowers to spruce up Sparta streets
by Kim Swindell Wood | July 28, 2018 8:18 am
Last Updated: August 2, 2018 at 12:52 pm
BASF employee Michael Carter recently volunteered time to help beautify streets in Sparta.
Pictured from the left are BASF employees Brooke Gunter, Frank Gunter, David Ballinger, Kaulay Gunter, Jerry Bumbalough, Kenneth Temple, Shawn Mihelic, Beverly Justice, Della Wilson, Scott Keylon, Stacey Prater, Darrin Norris Henrik Olson, Dustin Brock, Chad Pryor, Kenneth Cooksey, Karissa Temple. Not pictured are Jerry Bishop, Doug Vandermyde, Diane Trombley, and Hilda Cantrell
Pictured from left are BASF employees Brad Daniel, Jacques Philippe, Nicholas Young, Brad Lewis, Tracy Dover, Stan Kinnard, Dale Officer, Jody Presley, Chris Bumbalough, Michael Carter, Andy Schmitt, Michael Akehinmi and Steve Payne. Not pictured are Chad Pryor, Kenneth Temple, and Hilda Cantrell.
BASF volunteers recently brought new life to flower pots on Bockman Way, Main Street, Liberty Square, and East Maple, in Sparta, by cleaning out overgrown weeds, adding new dirt, and planting flowers. After a BASF employee who frequently traveled the streets noticed the flower pots needed maintenance, BASF received city approval to adopt the project, and employee volunteers spent two days, in June, beautifying the area.