Russellville park gets trees

Students from the Cole County R-I High School greenhouse management and landscape class applied for and received a $250 Shaping Rural Missouri Grant from FCS Financial for trees to be planted at the Russellville Railroad Park. Those students include Tanner Morrow, Chase Smith, Morgan Schwering, Dylan Bias, Kaitlyn Bungart, Hannah Campbell, Katie Wolken, Zach Wolken, Justin Goldammer, Cole Henson and Mollie Kirchner. Submitted photo

Students from the Cole County R-I High School greenhouse management and landscape class applied for and received a $250 Shaping Rural Missouri Grant from FCS Financial for trees to be planted at the Russellville Railroad Park. Those students include Tanner Morrow, Chase Smith, Morgan Schwering, Dylan Bias, Kaitlyn Bungart, Hannah Campbell, Katie Wolken, Zach Wolken, Justin Goldammer, Cole Henson and Mollie Kirchner. Submitted photo

RUSSELLVILLE — Trees for the Railroad Park in downtown Russellville will be planted by the Cole County R-I School FFA Chapter thanks to a $250 Shaping Rural Missouri Grant from FCS Financial.

The Railroad Park is in development. The City Park caboose recently was relocated there and land has been prepared for a new community space.

The high school greenhouse management and landscape class applied for the grant.

Students include Tanner Morrow, Chase Smith, Morgan Schwering, Dylan Bias, Kaitlyn Bungart, Hannah Campbell, Katie Wolken, Zach Wolken, Justin Goldammer, Cole Henson and Mollie Kirchner.

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