Burleson receives donation trees

By Lauren Estes-Velez

Hartselle Enquirer

Local businesses have partnered with a Hartselle elementary school to help with their outdoor playground facilities.

Family Security Credit Union has helped to create natural shade for the playground at F.E. Burleson Elementary School. FSCU partnered with Stonehedge Nursery and donated eight shade trees that were planted near the school playground Nov. 17 at 9 a.m.

“We love that we can give back to our community in this way. We hope the students and faculty at F.E. Burleson will enjoy these shade trees for many years to come,” Zac Howell, vice president of administration and marketing for Family Security.

“We can’t thank Family Security Credit Union and Stonehedge Nursery enough for taking part in this wonderful project,” said F.E. Burleson Principal Debbie Queen. “Our students will be able to play while being shaded now, keeping them cool and safe from the sun.”

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