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The Town of Red Hook will be celebrating its 12th year as a Tree City at its Arbor Day Celebration on Saturday, April 28th from 10:00 AM till 2:00 PM.
Please join us at the town building, located at 7340 S Broadway, for the reading of the Arbor Day proclamation by Supervisor Robert McKeon, the raising of the new Tree City flag, the dedication of a memorial tree to Betty Mae Van Parys and a demonstration of tree climbing gear by Codie Hay. There will be free tree seedlings and educational material and a raffle basket. The Red Hook Public Library will be there with tree themed books and a hands-on activity. And last but not least, members of the tree committee and Rotary Club will be planting thirteen trees on Pitcher Lane. (The Rotary Club has adopted the cost of five trees).
MARK YOUR CALENDARS!