Local Group Beautifies Spaces for Children in Need
WESLACO – A local group is working to preserve native habitats in the Rio Grande Valley and bring smiles to children in need.
Volunteers with the South Texas Border Chapter of Master Naturalist also teach others about native fish, trees and plants.
They also transformed a McAllen children’s cancer clinic atrium into a beautiful landscape.
A rock-turned-water fountain sits just outside a window so children undergoing treatment can observe.
Watch the video above for the full story.
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