Church members to plant trees at intersection

November 17, 1993

Volunteer members of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation will plant 40 to 50 new trees at the intersection of Route 29 and Broken Land Parkway on Saturday as part of the Treemendous Maryland Adopt-a-Landscape/Adopt-a-Highway program.

The congregation adopted 5 acres of land at the intersection as part of a local program to reforest the interchange. The community-based effort is under the aegis of the State Highway Administration and is a continuation of the model project organized by Del. Virginia M. Thomas last fall.

The trees -- crab apple, maple, oak, pine and Black Locust -- are provided by the State Highway Administration. Lily bulbs and miscellaneous perennials and shrubs donated by Metzler's Nursery in Columbia will also be planted by the congregation. Boy Scout Troop 613 will assist.

The congregation plans to provide maintenance sessions annually, with additional plantings as needed.

POLICE LOG

* Kings Contrivance: 7100 block of Eden Brook Drive: Someone cut a shed's lock Friday or Saturday, but nothing was reported stolen.

* Oakland Mills: 7100 block of Oak

land Mills Road: Cash was taken Saturday after someone entered the front door of Ellis Sales. Police said there was no sign of forced entry.

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