Oak tree give-away event in Neponset
NEPONSET — Thanks to Neponset Pride and Living Lands and Waters, Neponset will again receive free trees for Neponset Grade School students and Neponset community members.
Neponset Pride has again teamed up with non-profit group Living Lands and Waters in East Moline, and through the generosity of those groups, oak trees of several varieties are available for Neponset residents. This is the third year that Neponset has been offered the trees, totaling more than 650 trees.
Students at United Township High School, East Moline, spent March 29 at the Expo Center in Rock Island wrapping and bundling the trees for distribution to both individuals and organizations. They were accompanied by their teacher, Marty Golby, a Neponset Pride member, and his wife, Sue Golby.
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