1st- 03-17-2011, Bristol Park, Clarksville City, Tennessee, USA:

 

This was YGG’s first project implemented in Bristol Park-Clarksville, TN, USA when Hatsanda was only two and half years old. 

This project was the first project of YGG. At the time, Hatsanda’s father, Dr. Tajuddin Millatmal, was on a temporary assignment at Clarksville, TN.  Hatsanda’s parents wanted to start a unique program for Hatsanda as a life mission.  The family wanted to do something that will be affordable for the family and something meaningfull and inspiring for other children and Hatsanda can continue doing it throughout her future life.  
 
After some hard thoughts, the family came up with this idea that Hatsanda will be planting trees along with other children every year in one of the cities in the United States or any other country in the world she can.  The goal was that from one hand, Hatsanda will develop a good habit, that is environmentally friendly and on the other hand, she can inspire other children everywhere.  This will also give Hatsanda  a reason and a chance to travel and revisit many cities around the world.  Also, when she growup, this will give her a good reason to travel and revisit those cities and her trees along with her friends.   
 
The family came up with this idea on March 10. 2011, and they shared the idea with the Bristle Park Community Manager on 3/11/2011; and asked the community  manager where they can plant a tree and what kind of tree is desired.  The request was an unusual for the manager and she asked for the reason.  After hearing the projects, its goals and objectives, the Manager was impressed by the idea.  She suggested to discuss this with the Mayor of Clarksville, TN, to see if it can be implemented in a city park instead.  The manager contacted the Mayor office and the Mayor became very interested too.  She asked Hatsanda’s father to visit the mayor and further explain the project.  After sharing the goals and objectives of the project with the newly elected Mayor, Ms. Kim McMillon, she showed strong interest and wanted to do the project in a much bigger scale and bring many children and higher level dignitaries, media to the program.
However, a project at that scale needed more time, which Hatsanda’s family did not have it, as her father was transferred back to Washington DC, and in a few days, the family was living back to Virginia. Therefore, the project was implemented in the Bristol Park community with the help from the community management and with the participation of a dozen children from the community as observer. ​​​
At the time, a creativity was incorporated that the family made a sign with Hatsanda’s Name, age, and the date of plantation and the sign was erected by the tree as it was planted. The impact of this project was surprisingly high, and well treceived by the everyone.  This resulted in highly rapid spread of the project globally. For Details follow the rest of the activities in the following pages.

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