Let it grow: Help Audrey Kaul win a $10,000 sustainable project grant for Prairie Trace Elementary School

As part of their Trees Rock! contest, Scotties Facial Tissue is generously donating $10,000 to an elementary school for use toward sustainable outdoor projects. These sustainable projects include tree plantings, outdoor classrooms, gardens, greenhouses, athletic fields, and playgrounds.

Audrey Kaul, a student at Carmel’s Prairie Trace Elementary School, is one of the 12 contest finalists. Her video explains why her school is a perfect fit for this donation, and all of us at Engledow want to do everything we can to help this local girl win. That’s why we’re asking for your help.

Click here to cast your vote for Audrey on or before February 15th to help her win the grand prize. Your vote can help make Prairie Trace Elementary School a better place for kids to study and play. It only takes a second, and it means a lot to Audrey, her school, and the city of Carmel.

If you want to learn more about Audrey and the Scotties Trees Rock! contest, check her out on FOX-59 Weekend News on Saturday, January 19th at 9:25 AM.

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