Mesquite, TX – October 29, 2021 – Keep Mesquite Beautiful, Inc. will host a public Arbor Day event at 11 a.m. on Nov. 6 at the newly renovated Leash Free Zone located in Town East Park, 2724 Town East Blvd. with native plant seedling giveaways, free pet microchipping provided by Mesquite Animal Services and K9 demonstrations presented by the Mesquite Police Department.
Selket Daese, Volunteer and Keep Mesquite Beautiful Program Administrator, said, “We are excited to share this important event with the community. This year will mark the 31st consecutive year that the City of Mesquite will be recognized as a Tree City USA by the National Arbor Day Foundation.” Daese shared that Mesquite has planted more than 30,000 trees in the community since 1988.
She stated that the community celebration will be a great opportunity for the public to enjoy the fall weather, the park and learn more about Keep Mesquite Beautiful, Inc. Daese explained, “We are using this year’s Arbor Day to encourage our citizens in getting more involved in improving the appearance of our community.”
Keep Mesquite Beautiful, Inc. mission is to inspire, educate, and engage the Mesquite community to recycle, reduce litter, and beautify the city. This all-volunteer, non-profit community 501(c)3 organization meets its goals of litter prevention, beautification, reduction of use of resources, reuse of resources, and recycling through education and outreach opportunities in Mesquite.
For more information, please call Keep Mesquite Beautiful, Inc. at 972-329-8331.