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Posted in Christmas in Davidson
Posted on 13 December 2013.
Christmas Tree Village top vote getters, from left, by Shakinit4Fun, Deal Machine Shop and Fifth Third Bank. (Rotary Club of Davidson photos)
Local charities were the big winners in the Rotary Club of Davidson’s 3rd annual Christmas Tree Village on the Town Green during Christmas in Davidson. Festival goers voting with their donations picked the ShakinIt4Fun tree as their favorite, with donations going to Levine Children’s Hospital. Altogether, the event raised more than $1,400, nearly three times the 2012 total, according to the club.
Other winners were: Tribute to the Troops, sponsored by Deal Machine Shop; and Davidson Green School, sponsored by Fifth Third Bank. The majority of the proceeds will go to Ada Jenkins Center’s Free Medical Clinic renovation, but other local non-profits and schools will benefit as festival-goers vote on their favorite trees. Read the full story
Posted in Business, Fund-raisers, Life in Davidson
Posted on 10 December 2013.
Posted in Around Davidson
Posted on 06 December 2013.
Blue-topped recycling bins (like the one at left) are in use at Christmas in Davidson this week. From left, Heidi Dietrich and Charlene Minor of Green Davidson with Nick Crawford, of Mecklenburg County Wipe Out Waste, and the Ben & Jerry’s cow.
SOURCE: Green Davidson
This year, thanks to the efforts of more than 50 volunteers, Christmas in Davidson will be a little bit “greener.” Student volunteers and Green Davidson members are committed to helping visitors keep recyclables out of the landfill by offering numerous recycling stations at this year’s event.
“A thriving recycling system conserves natural resources,” said Charlene Minor, founder of Green Davidson. “Acknowledging that recycling keeps materials out of landfills, where they can contaminate groundwater systems and generate greenhouse gases, is the first step to educating the community of the importance of recycling. If each resident committed to reduce, reuse, and recycle, a significant portion of landfill waste would be eliminated.” Read the full story
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