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Prescott Frontier Rotary Breaks All-Time Donation Record at Watters Garden Center

Prescott Frontier Rotary is delighted to announce this year’s Grapes 4 Good garden party blew the corks off all previous events! On September 19, Watters Garden Center hosted the Rotary event, “A Garden Party,” featuring 14 unique wines and artisan beers available for tasting, music with The Bob Shimizu Trio, hors d’oeuvre pairing by El Gato Azul, live auction, and

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Watters Garden Center to host Frontier Rotary Grapes-4-Good Benefit September 19

Wine flows and spirits lifted as the gardens come alive as Watters Garden Center hosts Prescott Frontier Rotary’s 15th benefit. On September 19, 5–8 pm, the garden center transforms into “A Garden Party,” with all proceeds going directly to Rotary community causes. Grapes-4-Good received an outpouring of support in 2019, raising more than $65,000. COVID-19

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Fall 2021- Free Garden Classes taught at Watters Garden Center

July 31 @ 9:30 am – Edible Landscape with Trees & Berries Have your landscape and eat it, too! We’ll share the tips, tricks, and recipes that make for a better, healthier and tastier landscape. Plant experts will be on hand after the class that specializes in fruiting designs that can be eaten after planting.

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Summer 2021: Free Garden Classes taught at Watters Garden Center

      June 12 @ 9:30 am – The Doctor is in the House – How to Heal Sick Plants -As we enter summer the heat, bugs and disease take its toll in the garden.  You can have a nice yard with these easy-to-use summer tips and a few key plant choices. June 19

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Best Horticulture Company to Work for in the Country is at Watters

Those who work at Watters Garden Center know it’s more than just a job. It’s a family, a community, and a mission to make Prescott, Arizona, area a better place to live. Watters Garden Center has cultivated its brand around fun, positivity, community, and giving back. The husband-and-wife team of Ken Lain and Lisa Watters-Lain

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Students from Bradshaw Mountain and Prescott High School Interact Club Filling Food Banks

Interact clubs bring together students ages 12-18 to develop leadership skills while discovering the power of Service Above Self. “It’s a Rotary service club for young adults to build leadership and service skills before graduation,” says Ken Lain, owner of Watters Garden Center and Interact mentor. Students are required to organize two projects annually, one

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