ANNAPOLIS, Md. (April 21, 2010) – In celebration of Earth Day, Lt. Governor Brown and members of his staff will plant trees tomorrow, April 22 in Baltimore. In the morning, Lt. Governor Brown and his staff will visit United Church of Christ in Locust Point to help church and community members build their first community garden. Later, they will join Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake at Dickey Hill Elementary School in West Baltimore to plant trees during its Earth Day celebration.
10:15 AM Lt. Governor Brown and Staff to Plant Seeds and Participate in Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
Location: United Church of Christ, 1308 Beason Street, Baltimore
1:00 PM Lt. Governor Brown and Staff to Plant Trees in Celebration of Earth Day
Location: Dickey Hill Elementary School, 5025 Dickey Hill Road, Baltimore