For­rest cen­ter stu­dents put in ‘sweat eq­uity’

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The Ro­tary Club of Lex­ing­ton Park ap­pre­ci­ates the June 13 ar­ti­cle in The En­ter­prise con­cern­ing the lo­cal im­ple­men­ta­tion of the Ro­tary In­ter­na­tional Tree Project.

We would like to give ad­di­tional credit to a very im­por­tant group of young peo­ple. The plant­ing of the cherry trees at Lex­ing­ton Manor was in­deed as­sisted by mil­i­tary per­son­nel un­der Mr. Kyle Rambo, con­ser­va­tion direc­tor for Naval Air Sta­tion Patux­ent River, but the “sweat eq­uity” por­tion of the project was ac­com­plished by stu­dents from the Nat­u­ral Re­sources Pro­gram at the Dr. James A. For­rest Ca­reer and Tech­nol­ogy Cen­ter, un­der the direc­tion of their teacher, Mr. John Spinic­chia.

We would like to pub­licly ac­knowl­edge and thank those stu­dents for tak­ing on this task to help make Lex­ing­ton Manor and Lex­ing­ton Park a bet­ter place to live, work and play.

Frank Tay­lor, Leonard­town

Paula Coxon, Lex­ing­ton Park

The writ­ers are Ro­tary Club mem­bers, and project co­or­di­na­tors for the Ro­tary In­ter­na­tional Tree Project.

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