Friday was Give-Back-Day by Greenville High School students.
Held in the spring the last few years, Give-Back Day is an opportunity for GHS students to serve their communities. Approximately 115, or about 25 percent of the student enrollment participated.
One of the projects was the planting of a tree along East Harris Avenue to complete a row of trees on the south side of the street. Students set the tree and spread mulch around it.
Jeff Ketten, Greenville Street Department supervisor, said the tree planting as it will help Greenville maintain its status as an Arbor Day City and participate in the Tree City USA program.
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Greenville High students worked in the villages of Pocahontas and Sorento, at the humane society, the fairgrounds, at the Greenville Elementary School, and Montrose Cemetery and the Idler Lane boat dock in Greenville, among other places.