Have you noticed the ladies in lime green shirts caring for the flowers around town (and marching in the July 4th parade!)? Those are members of the Williamstown Garden Club who purchase and plant, mend and tend, the colorful displays on Walley and South Williamstown bridges, the entrance to Hopper Road, the two gardens at Field Park across from the Milne library, the Post Office, Town Hall and the Police Station, plus 20 sidewalk containers. Give them a "thank you" when you see them working to keep the displays healthy and tidy through these hot summer months. Thanks also go to the town's Cemetery Crew who assist with the watering. If you would like to volunteer or learn more about the Garden Club (now celebrating 80 years as an educational and civic organization!), please check its web site at williamstowngardenclub.org. And donations made out to the Williamstown Garden Club and mailed to Post Office Box 634 in Williamstown are always welcome. Let's work together to enhance this special place in the Berkshires for both residents and visitors.