Clemson Extension Service agent Paul Thompson, lower right, directs volunteers in a tree-planting demonstration at Laurelwood Cemetery on Friday. Rock Hill is one of 10 cities to receive a $20,000 TD Green Streets grant, which will help to reforest the 144-year-old cemetery.
Clemson Extension Service agent Paul Thompson, lower right, directs volunteers in a tree-planting demonstration at Laurelwood Cemetery on Friday. Rock Hill is one of 10 cities to receive a $20,000 TD Green Streets grant, which will help to reforest the 144-year-old cemetery. Terry Plumb
Clemson Extension Service agent Paul Thompson, lower right, directs volunteers in a tree-planting demonstration at Laurelwood Cemetery on Friday. Rock Hill is one of 10 cities to receive a $20,000 TD Green Streets grant, which will help to reforest the 144-year-old cemetery. Terry Plumb

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October 17, 2016 06:18 PM

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