CCPR scheduled to have Arbor day

Author Archives

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.


Email This Story






From April 20 to 25 the Carmel Clay Parks and Recreation (CCPR) is scheduled to have Arbor Day. Arbor Day is a voluntary program where kids can learn about trees and plant them as well.

The Saturday after, there is a dedication ceremony scheduled to thank everyone that participated and volunteered.

Students that volunteer for the activity can help keep things in order, make sure everyone follows the instructions and even participate in the event itself.

“They (students) can actually lead a group and tell them how to plant the trees,” Lindsay Holajter, marketing manger for CCPR said.

According to Holajter, volunteering is a great way to feel better about yourself and give back to the community.

And since most of the activities are geared toward younger children, volunteering is a great way to have fun and participate in the events.

“It is you as an individual who will have an impact on the guests that come here and take part in the programs,” Holajter said.

Holajter suggests that students should volunteer during spring break. According to Holajter, the CCPR needs as many volunteers as possible to help organize the events and also participate.

0