Coach Pat Dye, a hall of fame coach who left his mark on the gridiron is now leaving his mark on Dothan.Pat dye who won 155 college football games is now a game changer for Alabama's new Medical College.
He was in Dothan Thursday digging up dirt to plant trees that he grew. He planted six Japanese Maple Trees and then donated them to the Medical College.
Coach Dye said these trees will represent the growth of the school, "It's a wonderful thing you are doing here for this school, the community, the state and I'm excited about being a small part of it and being able to bring these trees down here," continued Dye.
You can take part in helping fuel that growth by purchasing one of these trees. This is a part of the "Capital Campaign" fundraiser; the College is sponsoring.
The trees are $2,500. If you are interested in purchasing one in memory or honor of someone you can call 673-4150.