Camp Blount News
April 22, 2021: Agriculture Class Supports Camp Blount Park
Students from Lincoln County High School are keeping the volunteer spirit alive at Camp Blount. The Agricultural Class, led by Julie Burnum, volunteered their time and efforts to maintaining the newly planted trees a the Camp Blount Historic Park in Fayetteville. These students worked together to install new irrigation lines to support the 116 eastern red cedar trees planted on March 13. The CBHSA sincerely appreciates the time and energy these young people invested in the park. Thank you!
March 13, 2021: Volunteers Gather for Tree Planting at Camp Blount
The volunteer spirit was alive in Fayetteville as a small army gathered at the Camp Blount Historic Site to plant some 116 eastern red cedar trees around the park's perimeter behind Long John Silver's and Hardee's. Volunteers included CBHSA board members, Fayetteville High School football players, the Fayetteville High School Beta Club, Lincoln County High School basketball players, Riverside Christian Academy students, Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts, and several local citizens. The CBHSA would like to express our deepest gratitude to these volunteers for all their help and support. Trees may be sponsored at a donation of $70 each. If anyone would like to participate in tree sponsorship, please send a check with sponsorship information to the CBHSA mailing address at P.O. Box 1422 Fayetteville, TN 37334. Or, if you live locally and would like to make a donation in person, please visit Randy Delap, CBHSA President, at the Register of Deeds office located inside the Lincoln County Courthouse.