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Students Participate in Nashville’s ReLeafing Day

releafing-2-2Students from the Beta Beta Beta Biological Honorary Society (Tri-Beta) and Student Members of the American Chemical Society (SMACS) participated in the Nashville Tree Foundation’s ReLeafing Day on Saturday, Nov. 22. Students Ryan Agh, Sarah Cannavino and Ambrose Rice from SMACS planted three trees, met with University President Dr. Bob Fisher and planted their final tree at a Belmont Alumni’s house.

ReLeafing Day is the Nashville Tree Foundation’s fall planting, held every year on the Saturday before Thanksgiving.  This year, the volunteers worked in Cleveland and McFerrin Park neighborhoods, Monroe Harding and St. George’s Episcopal Church.

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