South Carolina Forestry Commission |
(COLUMBIA, SC) - A fifth-grader from Seven Oaks Elementary School has taken third place in the SC Arbor Day poster contest. Alex Cramís poster of a solitary tree in a stark urban scene was one of more than 2,000 contest entries statewide.
Cramís prizes include a certificate of recognition and $15 in cash. His prizes will be awarded in Arbor Day ceremonies in Columbia on December 5.
The contest, sponsored by the National Arbor Day Foundation and Toyota, is administered in SC by the Forestry Commissionís Urban Forestry Program. Prizes are furnished by the SC Urban and Community Forestry Council, the SC Nursery and Landscape Association, and The Garden Club of SC.
This yearís theme, "Trees are Terrific . . . In Cities and Towns," emphasized the importance of trees in urban settings.
For more information, contact: Liz Gilland, 803-896-8864