Elks, students spruce up Liberty


Students from Lynchburg-Clay’s Social Communication and Multi-Handicaps class planted a Norwegian Spruce tree at Liberty Park in Hillsboro on Friday as part of the Hillsboro Elks’ Impact Grant program. The grant is part of the Elks National Foundation program. Students Cody Collins, Michalia Pegan, Matthew White and Nicholas Florence were on hand with Dan Pearce, left, Elks trustee and grant coordinator, and Brandy Pearce, center, director of the Impact Life program. Also on hand was Lori Chaney, not pictured, education aide at L-Clay. Hillsboro city workers dug the hole for the tree, which helps replace trees that had to be removed due to age or disease. The Elks program provides life skills training for students.


Students from Lynchburg-Clay’s Social Communication and Multi-Handicaps class planted a Norwegian Spruce tree at Liberty Park in Hillsboro on Friday as part of the Hillsboro Elks’ Impact Grant program. The grant is part of the Elks National Foundation program. Students Cody Collins, Michalia Pegan, Matthew White and Nicholas Florence were on hand with Dan Pearce, left, Elks trustee and grant coordinator, and Brandy Pearce, center, director of the Impact Life program. Also on hand was Lori Chaney, not pictured, education aide at L-Clay. Hillsboro city workers dug the hole for the tree, which helps replace trees that had to be removed due to age or disease. The Elks program provides life skills training for students.

Students from Lynchburg-Clay’s Social Communication and Multi-Handicaps class planted a Norwegian Spruce tree at Liberty Park in Hillsboro on Friday as part of the Hillsboro Elks’ Impact Grant program. The grant is part of the Elks National Foundation program. Students Cody Collins, Michalia Pegan, Matthew White and Nicholas Florence were on hand with Dan Pearce, left, Elks trustee and grant coordinator, and Brandy Pearce, center, director of the Impact Life program. Also on hand was Lori Chaney, not pictured, education aide at L-Clay. Hillsboro city workers dug the hole for the tree, which helps replace trees that had to be removed due to age or disease. The Elks program provides life skills training for students.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_tree-planting.jpgStudents from Lynchburg-Clay’s Social Communication and Multi-Handicaps class planted a Norwegian Spruce tree at Liberty Park in Hillsboro on Friday as part of the Hillsboro Elks’ Impact Grant program. The grant is part of the Elks National Foundation program. Students Cody Collins, Michalia Pegan, Matthew White and Nicholas Florence were on hand with Dan Pearce, left, Elks trustee and grant coordinator, and Brandy Pearce, center, director of the Impact Life program. Also on hand was Lori Chaney, not pictured, education aide at L-Clay. Hillsboro city workers dug the hole for the tree, which helps replace trees that had to be removed due to age or disease. The Elks program provides life skills training for students.
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