Kate Sullivan principal Michael Bryan writes:
Dear Betton Hills Neighborhood Association:
I want to take this opportunity to offer a heartfelt “thank you” to the Betton Hills Neighborhood Association for their extremely generous donation of $1000. This year we will be using the funds to purchase out door picnic tables for our 3rd – 5th grade playground.
Note: This article originally appeared in the Fall 2019 Newsletter.
Hurricane Micahel along with friends Hermine and Irma have toppled many fine trees in Betton Hills. I have recently noticed some of the big pines that withstood these hurricanes are only now dying. …
On Sunday, November 18, at noon, neighbors (of all ages) will meet near the tennis courts in Winthrop Park for a short ride to Cascades Park. We will ride our way through adjacent neighborhoods to Franklin Street and Cascades Park.
We will ride once around the park, have a short break near the restrooms, and then head back to Winthrop Park. …
Join us at the McCollum Center at Lafayatte Park on August 20 at 6:30 PM to talk trees.Our tree canopy depends on you!
Tallahassee Urban Forester Melinda Mohrman will be leading the session. The agenda includes:
- ways Betton Hills and Lafayette Park residents can help us maintain a sustainable and rich canopy,
- the Tallahassee Urban Forestry Master Plan and how it impacts our neighborhood, and
- any other questions or comments that participants want to discuss related to trees, time permitting.