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2018 News Archive

Posted on: March 7, 2018

Volunteers Needed to Plant Trees In City Cemetery

MTK

March 7, 2018

CONTACT: Holly Walquist

770.424.4664


What:             Marietta Tree Keepers Planting Event

When:            Saturday, March 10, 2018 

                       9:00am Sign-in and refreshments

                       9:30am-11am Volunteers Planting

Where:           Marietta City Cemetery

                       Park at Brown Park, 358 West Atlanta St., Marietta, 30064

For Whom:    Open to the Public, all ages

Cost:              Free

Briefly:           Marietta Tree Keepers invites volunteers of all ages to help plant trees in the Marietta City Cemetery on Saturday, March 10, 2018 at 9:00am. Tools and refreshments provided. Dress for outdoor weather.

Background

            Please join us for another Tree Planting. We will be planting trees in the Marietta City Cemetery.  The parking address is: Brown Park, 358 West Atlanta St., Marietta, 30064, look for the green signage.  You can also drive into the middle of the cemetery and look for our sign-in table at the small white building.  The date is Saturday, March 10, 2018 at 9:00am.

Please join us as we plant trees to reforest our community. Grab a friend or a family member and donate your Saturday morning to help Marietta Tree Keepers put more trees in the ground. Dress for the weather. Tools and gloves included. Donuts, hot chocolate and hot coffee provided. In case of bad weather please call 770-424-4664 for weather updates and rescheduled date.  Large groups please contact us with your number of volunteers that will be in attendance.

Members of the Marietta Tree Keepers have been promoting the value of trees to the community since it was founded in 2002.  MTK has over 100 members and has planted over 5,500 trees around the city.  The 501(C)3 non-profit organization works closely with the City of Marietta to plant trees along public right-of-ways, parks and schools. Those wishing to become a member or make a donation can learn more by visiting MTK’s website at www.mariettaga.gov/committees/treekeepers.  For more information, please call 770.424.4664.

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