For the 3rd year, Jeffrey Johns and his Coastal Greenery staff assisted 3rd graders at two Glynn County schools in planting their own trees and answered questions about planting and caring for trees and the value of trees in our lives.

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Gift Board Member Miriam Lancaster talking to the kids about fruit.

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Georgia Arbor Day 2018


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(Photo courtesy of Bobby Haven            The Brunswick News)


Mayor Cornell Harvey 

Kay Cantrell and Anne Popham decorated classrooms at Boroughs-Mollette and St Simons Elementary Schools and read the Lorax to all third grade classes. They also did puzzles and answered questions about trees.

Members of the St Simons Island Public Library staff, Maureen Hersey, Virginia Wayne, Gail Feddersen and Jim Order-Schwalm, donated funds to plant a Live Oak tree as their Christmas gift to each other and the community.

Library staff, Sandy Turbidy, GIFT President and GIFT Board members and donors were present when the Coastal Greenery staff planted the Live Oak in front of the library.

Representatives from KGIB, GIFT, Coastal Greenery and the city of Brunswick were on hand for the ceremony. (Photos courtesy of Tyler Jones, The Brunswick News)