Posted by Lynn Perez-Hewitt (Littleton)
Littleton Rotarians again used Flower Power to raise the spirits of local seniors with flowering plants rescued from the annual Home and Garden Show.
Dozens of volunteers helped to close out the show and box the thousands of plants at Mile High Stadium. More volunteers loaded boxes into rental U-Haul trucks for Monday morning deliveries. 640 plants headed to Littleton. First stop TLC Meals on Wheels where 300 plants would soon be in the hands of seniors eager for their meals and a special treat. Next would come Amity Plaza, Bradley House, Alyson Court, River Pointe and finally Wind Crest. 
The tradition of saving plants and raising spirits is just one of the many community services provided by Rotarians in Littleton. Engaged in the community since 1922 local members support as many as 18 local charities through financial donations as well as direct service hours. To learn more about the Rotary Club of Littleton visit