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xx Request from Lichgate
« Thread started on: Oct 29th, 2008, 5:16pm »

I received the following email from Jody Taylor, Caretaker of Lichgate. As requested I am passing on the information. Thanks

Hello Dear Friends of Lichgate!

We have been receiving emails and phone calls about the search for a site to install a labyrinth. In the garden plans for Lichgate we have always thought a simple labyrinth would be most appropriate and welcome. Given the meditative quality and the solace many find at Lichgate, this would be a wonderful addition. Also considering the historic, spiritual, and philosophical connection of Labyrinths, Lichgate is a perfect site!
Please contact:

Ashley Edwards, who is coordinating the
project for the City of Tallahassee.
Email: Ashleyedwards@talgov.com
or call 850-891-3853.

and express your hope that the Labyrinth be installed at Lichgate.

Thank you for your continued concern and support of this unique sanctuary.

Jody Taylor
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« Reply #1 on: Nov 23rd, 2008, 11:05am »

I sent her an email. I always wished Tallahassee had a maze! We could do an event to help plant some bushes!
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