Earth Day Groceries Reports, 2005

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Felicia Washington
Lithonia Academy of Technology and the Environment
Lithonia, GA USA

We decorated 56 bags!

About our project: We have 100 bags and we had a blast at decorating them. We look foward to doing them next year.

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submitted on 4/10/2006

Martine` Collin
High Meadows School
Roswell, GA USA

We decorated 230 bags!

About our project: The High Meadows students loved decorating the bags. Our school celebrates Earth Day every day, and this project was a great way to let the neighborhood know how much we care about our environment.

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submitted on 6/7/2005


We decorated 50 bags!

About our project: We had a 4-H Fun Day with lots of activities. My project area is Environmental Science which includes recycling. Food Max was happy to help with providing the bags and distributing them. Thanks Food Max! The groups understood the presentation about the Earthday Bags and enjoyed decorating them. We decorated 50 bags. Reduce-Reuse- Recycle!!

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submitted on 6/6/2005

Shalonda Rountree
Diamond Elementary
Fort Stewart, GA USA

We decorated 100 bags!

About our project: DPW Environmental Division of Fort Stewart/HAAF sponsored the Groceries Bag Project with the students of Diamond Elementary, located on the Installation. The students really enjoyed this project and look forward to it anually along with the other fun activities celebrating Earth Day.

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submitted on 5/3/2005

Amber Defore
George T. Bagby State Park
Fort Gaines, GA USA

We decorated 50 bags!

About our project: This was our first year participating in the project. Our park had a booth in the front lobby that gave our visitors a chance to decorate the bags. We also went to the Quitman County Family Science Night in Georgia where the students and their parents helped to decorate the bags. One of our visitors, a teacher at Albany High School, felt inspired enough to take some of the bags to her students and make decorating the bags a two week project with special hallway displays at school. Hopefully in the future our park can work with all the schools in the area to decorate the bags and to celebrate Earth Day.

submitted on 4/28/2005