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Spring Into "Green" Kicks Off at Reinhardt College

Reinhardt College students, faculty and staff welcomed spring and "going green" with the Spring Into Green Campaign (SIG) kick off today on the lawn of the Hasty Student Life Center. A month-long series of events and activities, Spring Into Green was created by RC Green, the College's sustainability committee, in the effort to promote "going green" and increase environmental awareness on campus. For a complete listing of SIG events, please visit


Spring Into Green kick off concert.
Jacklyn Dowda, a senior communication major from Cumming, Ga., serenades the crowd and passers-by with an acoustic set of "green" songs and propaganda. The concert was the first of many events for the Spring Into Green (SIG) campaign.


Natural pine cone bird feeders.
Helping to feed the College's bird population, Zaine Hedge (right), a sophomore from Villa Rica, Ga., and Matt Hartwell, a freshman from Dawsonville, Ga., cover pinecones in peanut butter and then roll them in birdseed. The natural birdfeeders will be hung on trees throughout the Reinhardt campus.












Painting pots and planting flowers.
Lindsay Bradley (left), a senior sacred music major from Dunnellon, Fla., and Caitlan Sumner, a sophomore from Summerville, Ga., add to the beauty of campus by painting flower pots in which wildflower seeds will be planted.










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