Ever wonder why Addison always looks so pretty?
One of the answers is the Addison Arbor Foundation, a non-profit organization.
The mission of the Addison Arbor Foundation is to promote and enhance a sustainable, natural environment in Addison.
Since its founding in 1995, the Addison Arbor Foundation has created new programs for Addison residents offering educational opportunities about tress and horticulture. In addition the AAF has initiated, promoted and facilitated physical improvements and greater community involvement through its programs and events.
Jay Ihrig, Vice President of Projects, spoke to the Addison Pacesetters last week. He and Membership/Fundraising coordinator, John Bradshaw told us what the AAF is currently doing. Projects include beautifying the landscaping around the new water tower, the community gardens project, developing "pocket parks" and refurbishing sculptures that are scattered on the Addison walking trails.
The Addison Arbor Foundation is always looking for new members, for volunteers, and for donations. Join now and get a free T-shirt with the AAF leaf logo.
Learn more about the Addison Arbor Foundation on their website.