Yard of the Week Yard of the Week 9/26/22 - Our final Yard of the Week for the 2022 season goes to Robert and Belinda Young. Just look at the size of those elephant ears! Thank you, Robert and Belinda, for your hard work this summer. Thank you to all the Seiling community residents for taking pride in your homes and your yards. Your efforts help our small town look as wonderful as it feels live here. Be on the lookout next Spring for Yard of the Week 2023 entries!
Yard of the Week Yard of the Week 9/19/22 - Labor day week was a busy week for all of us, but we didn’t miss checking out all of the nice homes in Seiling. The yard that caught our eye last week belongs to Ray and Sharon Bowen. Thank you, Ray and Sharon, for maintaining a beautiful yard!
Yard of the Week Yard of the Week 9/12/22 - Here is another beautiful yard that sits right at the edge of Gift Drive. Dolores Campbell does a wonderful job tending to her yard! Thank you, Dolores!
Yard of the Week Yard of the Week 8/29/22 - To finish out the month of August, our next recipient of Yard of the Week is Jay Weeks! Thank you, Jay, for maintaining such a pretty front lawn this summer!
Yard of the Week Yard of the Week 8/22/22 - Right off of highway 270 on your way into Seiling, this yard is sure to catch your gaze! Jason and Candi Kughn have worked to keep their yard top notch all summer despite the brutal heat. Their effort has definitely paid off! Thank you, Jason and Candi!
Yard of the Week Yard of the Week 8/15/22 - Roy and Oleta Young are proud owners of this week’s Yard of the Week. They do a great job keeping up with their fresh flowers all year long. Thank you, Roy and Oleta, for all of your hard work this summer!
Yard of the Week Yard of the Week 8/8/22 - Trent Kourt is this week’s Yard of the Week recipient. What a beautiful yard right on the end of a very nice Seiling neighborhood. Thank you, Trent, for all of your hard work!
Yard of the Week Yard of the Week 8/1/22 - Rolling into August, our attention has shifted to Locust Street! Art and Cheryl Gambrel have done a wonderful job maintaining an eye-catching yard for us to celebrate. Thank you, Art and Cheryl, for all of your hard work this summer!
Yard of the Week Yard of the Week 7/25/22 - Derrick and Mackensie Gore are in the spotlight for our next Yard of the Week! They do a great job making their home beautiful, and the first thing we see is a pretty green front lawn. Thank you, Derrick and Mackensie!
Yard of the Week Yard of the Week 7/18/22 - This week’s yard recognition goes to Johnny Duffy. Your efforts do not go unnoticed! Thank you for your hard work!
Yard of the Week Yard of the Week 7/11/22 - As the summer heat cranks up, keeping our yards alive and well can be quite a job. This week, we want to acknowledge another hard working couple for their efforts. Thank you, Janie and Keith Nipper, for maintaining a nice yard!
Yard of the Week Yard of the Week 7/5/22 - This week, we want to recognize Amy Biggs for having an outstanding yard. She does a great job every year! Thank you, Amy, for your hard work!
Yard of the Week Yard of the Week 6/27/22 - As one of the first yards you see pulling into Seiling, we are very appreciative of the work put in to keep this one looking beautiful. Carol Estus does such a wonderful job! Thank you, Carol!
Yard of the Week Yard of the Week 6/21/22 - Week two of our Yard of the Week selection brings us down Elm Street. Brent and Nancy Louthan always do a great job keeping their part of the town looking fresh and tidy! We love having such a beautiful set of home right across from our brand new school! Thank you, Brent and Nancy!
Yard of the Week Yard of the Week 6/13/22 - It is finally summer again! Along with the brutal heat comes the time for the Seiling Chamber of Commerce to recognize the members of the community that make our town shine by keeping perfectly tidied yards throughout the season. Our first Yard of the Week goes to Phil and Debra Hills! They keep their corner of the world looking sharp. The next time you are out and about, take a few seconds to admire their handiwork. Thank you, Phil and Debra!