A.C.T. plants tree at CC History Center


The Clinton County Alliance for Compassion and Truth (A.C.T.) observed Earth Day by donating and planting a Tulip Poplar and a Swamp White Oak on the lawn of the Clinton County Historical Society’s History Center. Shown, from left, are Historical Society director Shelby Boatman; tree planters Richie Herron and David Chinn, from Sugartree Ministries; arborist Rick Stanforth; A.C.T. project coordinator Christine Snyder; and project volunteer Gene Snyder.

The Clinton County Alliance for Compassion and Truth (A.C.T.) observed Earth Day by donating and planting a Tulip Poplar and a Swamp White Oak on the lawn of the Clinton County Historical Society’s History Center. Shown, from left, are Historical Society director Shelby Boatman; tree planters Richie Herron and David Chinn, from Sugartree Ministries; arborist Rick Stanforth; A.C.T. project coordinator Christine Snyder; and project volunteer Gene Snyder.


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The Clinton County Alliance for Compassion and Truth (A.C.T.) observed Earth Day by donating and planting a Tulip Poplar and a Swamp White Oak on the lawn of the Clinton County Historical Society’s History Center. Shown, from left, are Historical Society director Shelby Boatman; tree planters Richie Herron and David Chinn, from Sugartree Ministries; arborist Rick Stanforth; A.C.T. project coordinator Christine Snyder; and project volunteer Gene Snyder.

The Clinton County Alliance for Compassion and Truth (A.C.T.) observed Earth Day by donating and planting a Tulip Poplar and a Swamp White Oak on the lawn of the Clinton County Historical Society’s History Center. Shown, from left, are Historical Society director Shelby Boatman; tree planters Richie Herron and David Chinn, from Sugartree Ministries; arborist Rick Stanforth; A.C.T. project coordinator Christine Snyder; and project volunteer Gene Snyder.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2022/04/web1_ACT-tree.jpgThe Clinton County Alliance for Compassion and Truth (A.C.T.) observed Earth Day by donating and planting a Tulip Poplar and a Swamp White Oak on the lawn of the Clinton County Historical Society’s History Center. Shown, from left, are Historical Society director Shelby Boatman; tree planters Richie Herron and David Chinn, from Sugartree Ministries; arborist Rick Stanforth; A.C.T. project coordinator Christine Snyder; and project volunteer Gene Snyder. Submitted photo