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Contributed photo / Signal Mountain Boy Scout Troops 1116 and 116 and their parents filled 800 bags of fertilizer to go with hundreds of cherry blossom trees that were given away on Arbor Day to area tornado victims.

Thank you, Signal Mountain Boy Scouts of America Troops 1116 and 116. One call to troop leader Travis Close, and he brought together his team of Scouts and their parents to fill 800 bags of fertilizer that would go with hundreds of cherry blossom trees that were given away on Arbor Day to area tornado victims.

The community event was sponsored by Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union. A huge thank you also to Cole Webster, who donated the fertilizer from The Barn Nursery.

As Fred Rogers once said, "The world needs a sense of worth, and it will achieve it only by its people feeling that they are worthwhile."

I saw for myself a lot of people who make our community a better place to live.

Jed Mescon

Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union

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