Trees are sprouting more than leaves and blossoms around Dexter these days; they're also sprouting ribbons. Third- and fourth-grade students at Wylie Elementary School in Dexter launched the community project as a sign of unity, support, and determination during the pandemic. After hearing from students Shepherd Thompson, Charlotte Konuszewski, and Erin Niernan, the Dexter City Council voted unanimously to support the project.
By John Hilton on May 20, 2020.
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