Carriage Town Ministries' Memorial Garden Pathway
History of the Denny Nichols Memorial Garden
The garden at Carriage Town Ministries has been serving the residents there and in the surrounding community since 2010. It provides not only food, but an opportunity to learn gardening skills from the Master Gardeners who regularly tend the gardens. It invites neighbors to come together in fellowship and enriches the community. Many gardening programs are offered to the women and children staying at the family Center throughout the season.
In 2011 the garden was named the “Denny Nichols Memorial Garden” in honor of one of its founders. In 2013 a brick entrance was added as part of an Eagle Scout Project. In the spring of 2017 the memorial brick path was added.
Honoring a Loved One in the CTM Memorial Garden
For a $50, $100, or $200 donation, a brick can be engraved in honor of a loved one, to show support, a special gift, or to acknowledge a group, business, or church, etc.
Funds raised from this project will be used for the The Children’s Center Garden and Playground Project.