Randolph Trees will host a tree planting Friday at Randleman Elementary School to honor one of the winners of the recent “Who Litters?” essay contest. Contest winner Angel Hurley was one of dozens of area students to participate in the contest, cosponsored by The Courier-Tribune and the Asheboro Appearance Commission.
“The American Holly and Live Oak that we are planting offer food for birds and animals and will be an asset to the campus,” said Tim Womick, co-founder of Trees Asheboro and its countywide initiative Randolph Trees. The tree planting will be held at Randleman Elementary School, 100 Swaim Street, Randleman at 10 AM. The public is invited. For more information, call 336-653-1051.
“Who Litters?” essay winner Julie Blakely with Asheboro Mayor David Jarrell.