Trees for Georgetown

Frank Randolph, Bob Laycock
Mary Bird
Frank Randolph, Bob Laycock

Georgetowners treasure their “village” and nowhere is the spirit more prevalent than the greenery that abounds under the watchful eyes of dedicated volunteers of Trees for Georgetown. They plant empty tree boxes and water unstintingly. On May 11, Jill and Rock Tonkel opened their exquisitely landscaped grounds for a tribute as their son frolicked and guests enjoyed fabulous hors d’oeuvres from Susan Gage. To his astonishment, staunch supporter and famed designer Frank Randolph held the winning ticket for a stunning tree box. Betsy Emes thanked the major the major donors, chief among them Casey Trees.

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