Coterie Club of Birmingham brings life to the Old Springville Road Three Hots and a Cot facility
From the Trussville Tribune staff reports
CENTER POINT — On May 3, members of the Coterie Club of Birmingham participated in a spring project to spruce up the Three Hots and A Cot facility located on Old Springville Road.
The Coterie Club is a group of ladies who share similar interests and are active in service to various communities.
After water damage affected the facility’s landscaping, workers removed existing plants and mulch and replaced with a fresh look. The crew planted Day Lilies, Knock Out Roses, Heavenly Bamboo, Monkey Grass and Dwarf Yaupon.
Project members included Coterie Club of Birmingham members Marlene Furgerson, Linda Westendorf, Liz Holland, Betty Shikle and Ruby Hamric and David Reece, Billy Manning, Rich Cislak and Buddy Fletcher.
About Three Hots and a Cot: Three Hots and a Cot is a 501(c) (3) organization formed by veterans to help veterans. Their primary mission is to assist homeless military veteran’s transition from life on the streets into a self-sustained lifestyle. Three Hots and a Cot is not a homeless shelter, but a gateway to independence. Three Hots and A Cot’s objective is to be a source of healing and prevention of a national tragedy. There are two locations in Birmingham including the Old Springville Road location and downtown at 7353 Kimberly Avenue, Birmingham, AL. For more information, visit www.cotsforvets.org