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Donors brighten lives of group home residents with fresh landscaping

By Kevin Maki, KECI Reporter, kmaki@keci.com
Published On: Oct 11 2013 09:08:38 PM MDT
Updated On: Oct 11 2013 09:14:15 PM MDT
Donors brighten lives of group home residents with fresh landscaping
MISSOULA, Mont. -

More than a year after fire gutted a Missoula group home, restoration on the Rattlesnake area house on Tulip Lane is finally complete.

All thanks to volunteers and donors who spent Friday landscaping its yard.

The MDSC home serves adults with severe developmental disabilities.

Residents came home to a brand new beautiful yard.

A crew from Nature's Best donated their time and labor planting shrubs and plants, hauling rock and sprucing the lawn.

Other local companies donated greenery, compost and heavy equipment.

"It's someone putting a voice to something that they need, and us responding to that and hearing that voice," said Nature's Best owner Craig Best.