published Saturday, October 29th, 2011

Volunteers plant over $10,000 worth of trees in Ringgold

Volunteers plant trees in Ringgold, Ga., with the help of the Georgia Forestry Commission and Home Depot employees. From left are Josh Burnette, top, Tammy Stone, Terry Issac, Debbie Houston and Brittany Adams.
Volunteers plant trees in Ringgold, Ga., with the help of the Georgia Forestry Commission and Home Depot employees. From left are Josh Burnette, top, Tammy Stone, Terry Issac, Debbie Houston and Brittany Adams.
Photo by Tim Barber.
Trees for Ringgold
More than 100 volunteers participated in the "Trees for Ringgold" program, replanting about $10,000 worth of trees throughout the Ringgold, Ga., community after thousands were lost during the April 27 tornadoes.
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