Who would want to plant, weed and mulch on a hot July day? Master Gardeners of Summit County answered the call to spend a day at Secrest Arboretum as a Summit County MGV work contribution to the post-tornado reclamation effort. Thirty Summit MGV's and four guests spent a productive and enjoyable day working in the public beds across from the arboretum's rose garden. Ken Cochran, Program Director at Secrest, started the day with a walk-about describing the post-tornado progress and tasks to be undertaken. Master Gardeners were treated to his observations on choosing mulches and recommended plants. Jobs for the day included planting a new perennial bed near the amphitheater and weeding and mulching the public gardens. MG workers paused at noon for a wonderful shared lunch under the pavilion. Work was finished ahead of schedule, and the Summit MGVs left the arboretum with the satisfaction of a job well-done and the gardens ready to present to the public at Secrest's upcoming garden tour.