Keep Dorchester County Beautiful and Special Olympics Group make difference in Rosebrock Park

  • Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Provided -- Some of the volunteers who assisted with the tree planting were Alyssa, Adam, Darryl, James, Zanna, Ashton, Mel, Michael, Jeff, Alex, Lana, Dan, Kylie, Melissa, Alyssa, Whitney, Angela, Josh, and Ann Marie. --

Keep Dorchester County Beautiful partnered with a Special Olympics Group on April 27 at Rosebrock Park to plant 15 Trees that were needed due to the road widening project on 165. This was a truly special event with a wonderful group of young people coming out to support beautification in Dorchester County.
These 15 trees will provide shade and a barrier between the road construction and Rosebrock Park. Keep Dorchester County Beautiful expressed its thanks to the young volunteers for giving up their Saturday morning to make a difference in our community, as well as to the Old Fort Fire Dept., and Dorchester County EMS for coming out to support the Tree Planting.

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