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Tree Project group sets work bee today

Updated:   11/08/2008 09:56:23 AM EST

Saturday, November 08
SHEFFIELD — The Sheffield Tree Project will hold its annual community work day today. The group will meet at 9 a.m. in the Sheffield Town Hall parking area behind Gulotta's Mobil station.

Board members and area professionals will lead volunteers in planting, pruning and mulching dozens of Sheffield Tree Project trees throughout the village and outlying neighborhoods.

The Sheffield Tree Project has planted more than 100 trees throughout Sheffield.

For more information, visit www.sheffieldtreeproject.org.








 
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