COLUMBIA — Alpine Park and Gardens is in a constant state of change as Barry Homan works to transform it into an ideal setting for weddings, anniversaries and more. His hands dirty and chapped from working the grounds every day, Homan finished picking up fallen walnuts so he could mow — and so he could feed them to the squirrels in winter.
Alpine Park and Gardens is owner's footprint on society
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