22nd Annual Arbor Day Celebration | Environment
Brooksville, FL -- The City of Brooksville’s Beautification Board and City Council Members are excited to announce that they will be hosting the 22nd Annual Arbor Day Celebration on Friday, April 29.
Members of City Council, the Beautification Board, city staff, students and faculty of the Hernando High School’s FAPE 22 Program will participate in this year’s event to be held at The Good Neighbor Trailhead at Russell Street Park, 70 Russell Street commencing at 10 a.m.
In honor of National Arbor Day, students from Hernando High School’s FAPE 22 Program have created posters on “What Arbor Day Means to Me”. A first, second, third and honorable mention will be awarded. Prizes will be awarded to the poster contest winners as well as the participants.
Also at this year’s celebration, County Forester from the Florida Division of Forestry will provide insight for choosing the proper trees for this region, and how to care and maintain them.
2011 participating sponsors include Florida Division of Forestry, Stewart’s Tree Service, Wal-Mart, Publix and Lowes.
The celebration will conclude, when students with the help of city staff, will plant a trees, generously donated by Stewart's Tree Service and Lowe’s of Brooksville that will improve the environment, provide shade, and also beautify The Good Neighbor Trailhead at Russell Street Park.
For more information on the event please contact Beautification Board Secretary, Lindsay Morgan, (352)540-3810