Parkland Press

Thursday, July 18, 2019
PRESS PHOTOS BY LOU WHEELANDParkland Garden Club Conservation Chair Debbie Barhight shows Cetronia Elementary School first graders a white apruce seedling at her recent presentation. Each student was given a seedling to take home and plant. Copyright - Lou Wheeland PRESS PHOTOS BY LOU WHEELANDParkland Garden Club Conservation Chair Debbie Barhight shows Cetronia Elementary School first graders a white apruce seedling at her recent presentation. Each student was given a seedling to take home and plant. Copyright - Lou Wheeland
Left: First-grader Allison Woodruff is excited to ask Debbie Barhight a question about the white spruce seedlings during the seedling presentation. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Left: First-grader Allison Woodruff is excited to ask Debbie Barhight a question about the white spruce seedlings during the seedling presentation. Copyright - Lou Wheeland
Right: Cetronia first grader Anagha Avadhanula shows the tooth she lost while at the Parkland Garden Club’s white spruce seedling presentation. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Right: Cetronia first grader Anagha Avadhanula shows the tooth she lost while at the Parkland Garden Club’s white spruce seedling presentation. Copyright - Lou Wheeland

Elementary students learn about caring for trees, plants

Thursday, June 27, 2019 by LOU WHEELAND Special to The Press in School

Debbie Barhight, conservation chair for the Parkland Garden Club, recently visited with Cetronia Elementary School first graders.

She discussed the importance of trees to the environment.

The white spruce seedlings were provided by Pennsylvania Game Commission Howard Nursery in Centre County.

Barhight told the students how best to plant their trees either outside at home, or keep them inside until they have grown more.

Close to 100 first graders were at the presentation.