A group of women battling cancer want to create a place of peace and solitude.
They are designing a cancer serenity garden and inviting the community to get involved.
Owner of the Color Me Pink boutique in Warner Robins, Judy Mason, created the idea.
She says women battling cancer need friends and family close-by for support, but need alone time too.
This garden will be a place for them to go to reflect and find peace.
Mason said, "It's for individuals, families, survivors and anyone who has been touched by this disease."
Anyone can buy a brick for $50 and have a loved one's named etched on. The bricks will become the garden's path.
Flowers will be planted in the shape of a cancer awareness ribbon in the center of the garden. Benches will be placed along the sides of the garden.
The serenity garden will be located next to the post office on Russell Parkway in Warner Robins.