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MAY 11-17, 2017

THE EAST COUNTY HERALD • YOUR COMMUNITY OUR COMMUNITY

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SYCAMORE CANYON ELEMENTARY, cont’d from p.2

COLLEGE COPY CENTER Ted Walton for The East County Herald

From left: John Jenkins, Vice President of SDG&E and Lea ParkKim, Communications Director for Senator Joel Anderson. learned about importance of trees and what they could do to help promote a healthy environment. It was also an opportunity to thank the fifth grade students who spent the day planting trees on campus, and the community partners who made the school’s Arbor Day celebration a possibility. California State Senator Joel Anderson provided certificates of recognition to Sycamore Canyon Elementary School, CAL FIRE, San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E), the Arbor Day Foundation, and the Association of State Foresters for their unyielding commitment to educating students on the importance of being good stewards of their environment. Anderson later remarked, “What an incredible idea to involve our youth in appreciating and planting trees. I am grateful to be surrounded by companies, agencies and local leaders who constantly empower our students to do good and learn how their actions can make a positive impact.” SDG&E’s Vice President John Jenkins came to show the company’s dedication and support to the students. He shared after the event, “It was great to see the improvements that the new trees are going to make on the school grounds. It was also rewarding to see how excited and engages the students were for the event.” Sycamore Canyon Principal Jeri Billick thanked Anderson and the organizations for their involvement and exclaimed, “As educators, we are preparing children for a future that is uncertain and changes daily due to technological advancements. The one constant is the environment and how it sustains life.” Billick continued, “Our students will remember this day long into the future. They not only learned how to plant a tree, they learned the importance of community and public service.”

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