TreesNC Helps "Spruce Up" the Asheboro Library

 The Randolph County Public Library is a priceless educational and social resource for the citizens of Randolph County.  And, when Dave Bare of the Library called TreesNC with an offer to participate in this Summer's schedule of special events, we jumped at the opportunity.  

The result - on June 16th a collaborative team of TreesNC partners joined together to "Spruce Up" the grounds of the Asheboro Public Library.   Together, the team manicured the trees, grounds and planters that surround the classic 1963 mid-century modern building - and planted a historic Wright Brothers Sweet Gum that was donated by TreesNC.   

TreesNC appreciates the opportunity to support the Randolph County Public Library - we may just have to make the "Spruce Up" a regular thing.

(pictured:  L-R Owen George and Ben Grandon, TreesNC board members, Cheryl Perkins, Charles W. McCrary Elementary School educator and NC Master Gardener trainee, and Dave Bare of the Asheboro Public Library)