McClintock Middle School TreeDay Event

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McClintock Middle School TreeDay Event

October 14 2017, 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Thanks to the generous support of AXA Insurance, TreesCharlotte will be planting approximately 350 trees on the campus of McClintock Middle School.

To ensure a safe and enjoyable event, we are limiting the number of volunteers to 150 for this TreeDay. Register early as our events “sell out” quickly.

Tree planting events are great for families and everyone is welcome. To ensure accurate active volunteer counts, please list all participants on the registration form, along with children’s ages. Children 16 and younger must be accompanied by an adult.

Events are held rain or shine.  A modest rainfall actually provides ideal planting conditions.

Deadline to register is Sunday, October 8.

Once registered, more detailed information will be emailed to you the week of the event.

McClintock Middle School Volunteer Registration Form

  • Contact Information

  • Volunteer Company / Rotary Club / Group

    If you are volunteering as part of a company or Rotary Club, please select below. If none of the rotary clubs or companies apply to you, please complete the "Other" field and list the name of your volunteer group.
  • TreeMaster

    A TreeMaster is a volunteer who has received training on volunteer management, proper planting techniques and care and maintenance of trees. TreeMasters serve as volunteer leaders and are vital to the success of NeighborWoods planting events throughout Charlotte, including TreeDays and TreeStores. Learn how to become a TreeMaster.
  • Thank you for volunteering with TreesCharlotte!

Details

Date:
October 14 2017
Time:
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Event Category:

Organizer

TreesCharlotte

Venue

McClintock Middle School
1925 Rama Road
Charlotte, NC 28212 United States
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