A good day for mowing


Wednesday morning, with bright sunny skies and pleasant weather, was a perfect day for Sedalia Public Library Custodian Rob Largent, of Smithton, to mow the library’s grass. According to the National Weather Service, sunshine and pleasant weather should continue through the weekend with lows expected to dip down to 35 degrees Friday and Saturday night.


Faith Bemiss | Democrat

A bright green carpet of grass was revealed underneath sugar maple leaves as Public Library Custodian Rob Largent mowed Wednesday. Library Assistant Sheree Adair said when the library was recently refurbished sod was laid on the property. “It’s instant gratification,” she added.


Faith Bemiss | Democrat

The Sedalia Public Library has several colorful sugar maple trees that drop leaves each fall on the grounds. Rob Largent, custodian, mows and mulches the leaves up Wednesday morning.


Faith Bemiss | Democrat

Mowing leaves, as Public Library Custodian Rob Largent did Wednesday, is much easier than raking them into piles and bagging. It actually helps fertilizes the ground.


Faith Bemiss | Democrat

Wednesday morning, with bright sunny skies and pleasant weather, was a perfect day for Sedalia Public Library Custodian Rob Largent, of Smithton, to mow the library’s grass. According to the National Weather Service, sunshine and pleasant weather should continue through the weekend with lows expected to dip down to 35 degrees Friday and Saturday night.

A bright green carpet of grass was revealed underneath sugar maple leaves as Public Library Custodian Rob Largent mowed Wednesday. Library Assistant Sheree Adair said when the library was recently refurbished sod was laid on the property. “It’s instant gratification,” she added.

The Sedalia Public Library has several colorful sugar maple trees that drop leaves each fall on the grounds. Rob Largent, custodian, mows and mulches the leaves up Wednesday morning.

Mowing leaves, as Public Library Custodian Rob Largent did Wednesday, is much easier than raking them into piles and bagging. It actually helps fertilizes the ground.

Wednesday morning, with bright sunny skies and pleasant weather, was a perfect day for Sedalia Public Library Custodian Rob Largent, of Smithton, to mow the library’s grass. According to the National Weather Service, sunshine and pleasant weather should continue through the weekend with lows expected to dip down to 35 degrees Friday and Saturday night.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/web1_TSD111016MowingGrass-1.jpgWednesday morning, with bright sunny skies and pleasant weather, was a perfect day for Sedalia Public Library Custodian Rob Largent, of Smithton, to mow the library’s grass. According to the National Weather Service, sunshine and pleasant weather should continue through the weekend with lows expected to dip down to 35 degrees Friday and Saturday night. Faith Bemiss | Democrat

A bright green carpet of grass was revealed underneath sugar maple leaves as Public Library Custodian Rob Largent mowed Wednesday. Library Assistant Sheree Adair said when the library was recently refurbished sod was laid on the property. “It’s instant gratification,” she added.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/web1_TSD111016MwoingGrass-2.jpgA bright green carpet of grass was revealed underneath sugar maple leaves as Public Library Custodian Rob Largent mowed Wednesday. Library Assistant Sheree Adair said when the library was recently refurbished sod was laid on the property. “It’s instant gratification,” she added. Faith Bemiss | Democrat

The Sedalia Public Library has several colorful sugar maple trees that drop leaves each fall on the grounds. Rob Largent, custodian, mows and mulches the leaves up Wednesday morning.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/web1_TSD111016MowingGrass-3.jpgThe Sedalia Public Library has several colorful sugar maple trees that drop leaves each fall on the grounds. Rob Largent, custodian, mows and mulches the leaves up Wednesday morning. Faith Bemiss | Democrat

Mowing leaves, as Public Library Custodian Rob Largent did Wednesday, is much easier than raking them into piles and bagging. It actually helps fertilizes the ground.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/web1_TSD111016MowingGrass-4.jpgMowing leaves, as Public Library Custodian Rob Largent did Wednesday, is much easier than raking them into piles and bagging. It actually helps fertilizes the ground. Faith Bemiss | Democrat
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