ALBANY, GA (WALB) – As Albany Receives Tree City USA Designation and the Tree City USA Growth Award, trees will be planted to mark the occasion.
On Saturday, February 20th, Keep Albany-Dougherty Beautiful and the City of Albany will celebrate Arbor Day with the planting of trees in the 100 block of Ingleside Drive.
Any one who wants to help is asked to meet at the 100 Block Ingleside Drive at 9:30 a.m. Please bring gloves and a shovel, and wear work clothes.
The trees will be sitting in pre-dug holes and the City Arborist will demonstrate proper planting techniques prior to planting.
Contact Keep Albany-Dougherty Beautiful at 430-5257 or the City of Albany's Parks and Recreation Department at 430-3857 for additional information.
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