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Flowers for Mr. Fairfield

PHOTO COURTESY OF WERNER ELMKER

Dennis Hammel, left, and Terry Klein of Oakwood Nursery remove sod around the base of the Lee T. Gobble II statue Thursday outside the Fairfield Arts & Convention Center. In place of the grass, the two men planted flowers such as six perennials, six boxwoods and two spireas. The Fairfield Art Association paid for the floral installation.
PHOTO COURTESY OF WERNER ELMKER Dennis Hammel, left, and Terry Klein of Oakwood Nursery remove sod around the base of the Lee T. Gobble II statue Thursday outside the Fairfield Arts & Convention Center. In place of the grass, the two men planted flowers such as six perennials, six boxwoods and two spireas. The Fairfield Art Association paid for the floral installation.
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PHOTO COURTESY OF WERNER ELMKER

Dennis Hammel, left, and Terry Klein of Oakwood Nursery remove sod around the base of the Lee T. Gobble II statue Thursday outside the Fairfield Arts & Convention Center. In place of the grass, the two men planted flowers such as six perennials, six boxwoods and two spireas. The Fairfield Art Association paid for the floral installation.