The Mount Shasta Beautification Committee honored individuals and businesses at the council meeting on Monday. Penny Bloodhart commended each of them for their “contributions to the beautification of our fair city.”
Individuals honored included Marie Wells and Jacquie Parker, for their continued interest in the beautification of the city; Mark and Audra Gibson for their maintenance of the roses at the police station; Jenny Payton, for her maintenance of the East Lake Street/North Washington Drive triangle; and Gino and Karen Fiorucci, for their finance and maintenance of downtown sidewalks.
Organizations honored for their public service included Shasta Mountain Guides, the Over the Hill Race, Mountain Runners and Siskiyou Land Trust.
Sean and Melissa Doyle of Berryvale Grocery, Jessie Zapffe, owner of The Secret Garden, and Mary Jo Freeman, owner of Mary Jo’s Head Rig, were honored for outstanding landscape and site development.
Mount Shasta Trading Company owner Raha Azim Hasti was recognized for outstanding architecture, commercial remodel and outstanding sign and graphics, along with Charles Ryan for his work on the Mt. Shasta Business Park.
Patricia Matthews and Lynette Schmidt were honored for outstanding sign and graphics for the White Thunder Native American Medicine Institute.