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Work Day at RGM Farms

It’s workday here on RGM Farms, Saturday, September 10th. We have some exciting things going on. Saturdays are typically our workday. Today we are taking care of the grounds, maintenance and cleaning up to bring the improvements for the use of our property by our guests. We are adding features that will greatly enhance their experience. First on the list, we are adding some outdoor lighting to the back of the guest house. The neighborhood streetlight does a fairly good job, but we want to make sure that it is safe, and they can fully utilize the picnic table, BBQ area and the path to the bonfire burn pit. We are adding some nice decorative lighting to the underside of the soffit along the back of the guesthouse. We look forward to having the events

We, also, have an update on the amphitheater. We are still waiting for the architect to complete the drawings so we can send it out to local contractors for selecting the correct people to help us in the build out here. Again, the amphitheater is going to be a fifty-person seating capacity, have a stage with full equipment and lighting and possibly an overhead roof. And then, off to the side of the stage will be a burn pit for large groups. It’s very exciting. We invite you to follow our calendar, our newsletters and our blogs for the events as they become available. We have some events planned out for this Fall and Winter. We are not opposed to getting out and playing in the snow with bonfires and hotdogs and more here at RGM Farms. We hope that you will be able to join us.

“When visiting RGM Farms, you are more than a visitor, you’re like family”.


Chuck and Donna Ray.


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