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Stoney Point Park Beautification Underway

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By Amber Rhea
You may not recognize Stoney Point Park by its name, but you probably know it from passing by on foot or in your car. It’s the small garden area located at the intersection of Woodland and East Confederate Avenues. As a member of the Ormewood Park community, local real estate brokerage Red Robin Group is proud to have adopted this park and is committed to quarterly landscaping maintenance.
Red Robin Group staff and agents, along with local neighbors, have made great strides in the beautification of the small park in the two years since they adopted Stoney Point. They have tackled the previously overgrown area with help from District 1 City Council Member Carla Smith and a neighborhood landscaper, installed birdhouses painted by the East Atlanta Kids Club, and planted flowers donated by Garden Hood. The park is now a burst of color on a stroll through the neighborhood.
Donations such as leaf bags and flowers are always appreciated. If you have an hour or two to spare, you are also welcome to join the staff and agents during the next quarterly cleanup on Monday, September 30.
Moving forward, Red Robin Group wants to turn Stoney Point into a birdwatcher’s paradise. The company is interested in enlisting the help of local artists to create birdhouses designed to the specifications of various birds. For example, wrens need a certain size entry hole, whereas bluebirds need another. In addition, the company wants to include plenty of native plants that attract various bird species. Input and help from neighbors is always welcome! Keep an eye on Red Robin Group’s Facebook page (http://facebook.com/RedRobinGroup) for more information, and contact Natalie at natalie@redrobingroup.com to find out how you can help.

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