Tree Planting to Coincide with Earth Day, April 22
April 20th, 2017 | GREENVILLE, SC – Today, Hartness announced a commemorative tree planting for the Hartness family at Furman University. An ornamental cherry tree will be planted in the family’s honor right outside the Charles E. Daniel Chapel that houses the Hartness Organ, a gift given in2004 by the late Tom and Edna Hartness. The new Hartness community, itself a legacy of the family, sought to honor the family with a tree planting as it reflects and symbolizes the reverence the family has for the beauty of nature—richly evidenced in the nature preserve of the Hartness family property and the Hartness community. The tree planting coincides with Earth Day, April 22nd.
“We felt it more than appropriate for the Hartness community to honor the Hartness family legacy at Furman University –a place that holds special significance to the family,” said David Pisano, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Hartness Real Estate. “The decision of an Earth Day tree planting intends to honorthe family’s dedication to nature preservation.”
Hartness, located in Greenville, SC, is a Traditional Neighborhood Development designed with walkable blocks kept close to daily conveniences, public spaces and nature. Situated on 400 pristine acres, Hartness offers an array of thoughtfully crafted home types ranging from cottages to estate and manor homes.
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