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Main Street beautification

Members of the Gloucester Daffodil Club, along with a couple of employees from Hampton University, spent last Thursday planting daffodil bulbs to adorn the front of the T.C. Walker House along Gloucester’s Main Street. The historic structure was once home to Thomas Calhoun Walker, a teacher, lawyer and government official who was born into slavery and was instrumental in establishing educational facilities in Gloucester for black children. The club members planted a number of varieties, including Avalanche daffodils which will brighten up the area in the spring. The home was donated to Hampton University in 1977. Here, Gloucester Daffodil Club members Arlene Tucker (standing) and Kathy Main plant some of the bulbs.

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