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Posted on: March 7, 2019

Arbor Day 2019 was a Success

Members of the Azalea, Cherokee and Mimosa garden clubs along with Jackson city officials planted three new red maple trees in the City of Jackson Cemetery Feb. 15. Following a prayer by First Baptist Church Pastor Keith Joseph, participants were treated to a presentation of colors by the Jackson High School NJROTC color guard and the national anthem by Jackson High student Allison Crane.

Noting the value of trees to the city’s health, economy and aesthetics, Mayor Kay Pippin welcomed the group and thanked the city’s garden clubs for their advocacy and perseverance in protecting and growing the city’s forest cover.

Read more on the Jackson Progress-Argus website.

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