Although you don’t see us on your property as often these days, be assured we are still working hard. We are heading into another busy season when fall clean-ups will be taking up most of our time. But, there is also much work to be done on properties and in the shop before the snow comes.
While we wait for the leaves to come down, we are still busy doing fall plantings, reseeding lawns, testing soil, performing fall pruning, closing down irrigation systems, cleaning and storing our tools, and getting our trucks and equipment ready for the winter.
In anticipation of this upcoming busy season, we took some time off for fun and team-building by holding our annual Family & Friends OctoberFest last Saturday. It was a beautiful autumn afternoon with a lot of fun and laughter. In addition to the great food, drink, and live band, we even held our first official corn hole tournament! -Shayne
“The end of the summer is not the end of the world. Here’s to October…” – A.A. Milne
YARDSCAPES 2022 FAMILY & FRIENDS OCTOBERFEST
The winners of the 1st Annual YardScapes CornHole Tournament!
2nd Place (L) Florentino & Filemon and 1st Place (R) Shayne & Greg
Elections are important and your vote counts!
In November, you will be receiving your ballot to vote for your favorite landscaper for YardScapes’ 2022 ‘Scaper of the Year! Winners will be announced at our annual End-of-Year Party & Awards Banquet and published here in December.
September ‘Scaper of the Month
On Saturday, November 5th, we will host our annual Rake & Bake Fall Day of Service. On this day, teams of volunteers head out to various non-profit organizations in New Milford from 9:00 until 12:00 noon to perform fall clean-ups on their properties. Afterwards, volunteers are treated to a cookout back at YardScapes’ headquarters.
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