Trees for Georgetown

30th Anniversary Trees for Georgetown Garden Party

Sunday, September 15, 2019 from 6:00 to 8:00 pm

At the Home of Jennifer and David Romm

Tickets will not be sold at the door.  Purchase your ticket today !

 

Sponsorship

Purchase tickets below or you can mail in your donation to Citizens Association of Georgetown, 1365 Wisconsin Ave NW, Suite 200, Washington, DC 20007.

Trees for Georgetown Garden Party

Sponsor Levels

Platinum Patron - $10,000 - 10 tickets and 2 trees planted in your name
Gold Paron - $5,000 - 6 tickets and 2 trees planted in your name
Silver Patron - $1,500 - 4 tickets and 1 tree planted in your name
Patron - $1,000 - 4 tickets
Sponsor - $500 - 2 tickets
Friend - $175 - 1 ticket
 
If you are unable to attend but would still like to donate you can use the link below or mail a check to Citizens Association of Georgetown, 1365 Wisconsin Ave NW, Suite 200, Washington, DC 20007.

 

PRACTICE 25 TO STAY ALIVE!

New trees were planted this Spring by CAG’s Trees for Georgetown. Watering of new trees is entirely up to the residents who live near the tree. So, if there is a new tree on your block, make sure somebody adopts it (or just adopt it yourself). Please make sure new trees receive 25 gallons of water (1.5 inches of rainfall) each week in times of little or no rainfall. Simply fill up the 25–gallon slow release watering bag at the base of the tree when it starts budding in the spring through the autumn months, when the leaves begin to fall. If a new tree is planted in front of a neighbor's who is away or you plan to be away for an extended period of time, especially in the summer, please try to make arrangements to have the tree watered.

The District’s government is responsible for planting, removing, and pruning our street trees, but it is important that you notify the city at 311.dc.gov of any problems.

Trees for Georgetown is celebrating 30 years of planting and caring for trees in the neighborhood! Many thanks to all of our supporters- we hope to see you at our Annual Garden Party in September.

 

Citizens Association of Georgetown is a non-profit civic organization representing the interests of Georgetown residents. CAG’s members, programs, and advocacy make Georgetown safer, more beautiful, and more connected.

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