ROSWELL, Ga. — The Roswell Garden Club took on yet another project for their center. This project involved working with James Killian, a local Eagle Scout.
Private donations paved the way for him to begin building six waist-high beds at the Roswell Adult and Recreation Center on Grimes Bridge Road. Waist-high gardens accommodate wheelchairs and those with flexibility issues.
Teenagers from the Roswell Youth Social Program, which is open to disabled Roswell residents ages 12-17, were the first to do a hands-on gardening project in the beds.
Roswell Garden Club members will maintain and guide organizations who want to use the garden for therapeutic endeavors.