Resident at Clermont Park Recognized as Denver7 Everyday Hero

In the News  |  June 23, 2021

Ed Child's poses for a shot while on Denver7 News talking about gardening.

At Clermont Park, a Christian Living Communities neighborhood, resident Ed Childs has spent time planting and tending to the community’s gardens as a volunteer groundskeeper for years. Ed’s green thumb and love of gardening – passed to him from his mother and grandmother – bring joy to all who live and work at Clermont Park. As a thank you for the care he shows his neighbors and the community, Clermont Park residents joined together this spring to surprise him with a new golf cart to assist him as he tends to the grounds. They also nominated him to Denver7 News, and Ed was recently honored as a Denver7 Everyday Hero!

Watch Ed’s feature on Denver7 News below:

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"I made some good friends after moving to Clermont Park. My family loves it. They have also met a lot of good people here."

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