Darke County Parks Nature Education Center prepares for the holidays


The Greenville Daughters of the American Revolution helped to decorate one of the Darke County Parks Nature Education Center’s trees.

The Greenville Daughters of the American Revolution helped to decorate one of the Darke County Parks Nature Education Center’s trees.


Courtesy photo

DARKE COUNTY – Darke County Parks Nature Education Center again is preparing for the holiday season.

The Greenville Daughters of the American Revolution helped to decorate one of the Nature Education Center’s trees.

“The Park District reaps the benefit of volunteers year round, but it is especially nice to see this public facility decorated by so many different groups,” Parks Director Roger Van Frank said. “I have known some of these volunteers for almost 18 years, and I am always greeted with a smile when they come to help.”

Community members can take time out of their holiday schedule to come and see the Nature Center located on State Route 502 west of Greenville.

For more information about events scheduled for Darke County Parks, visit its website at www.darkecountyparks.org or call 937-548-0165.

The Greenville Daughters of the American Revolution helped to decorate one of the Darke County Parks Nature Education Center’s trees.
https://www.dailyadvocate.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/34/2018/11/web1_Daughters-of-the-American-Revolution-WEB.jpgThe Greenville Daughters of the American Revolution helped to decorate one of the Darke County Parks Nature Education Center’s trees. Courtesy photo