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PVCH Healing Garden cements future growth

COURTESY PHOTO Eakin Concrete employees perform paving work at the entrance of the Pawnee Valley Community Hospital. They are preparing a walkway for a Healing Garden just outside the hospital.

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LARNED -- With the arrival of spring, the future Healing Garden at Pawnee Valley Community Hospital has started to take shape as Eakin Concrete cemented the first phase of the project by pouring the walkway that leads out and around the Healing Garden.
The walkway is a two-toned slate stamped concrete that travels through the garden and someday will lead to the cascading waterfall at the far end of the garden — creating a destination point for PVCH patients.
Even though patients and staff will be able to start using the garden’s paved areas for the opportunity to be outside enjoying ...

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