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Tree Program Continues To Grow In Fulton

FULTON, NY – Members and volunteers of the Fulton Tree Committee and the Fulton Lions Club mulched trees at the Fulton Tree Nursery located at North Bay on October 18.

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Tree Program Continues To Grow In Fulton

Trees being grown there will be planted throughout the city in green spaces and areas where older trees have been cut down.

This was part of the city’s Arbor Day event for Tree City USA.

From left are: Nick Kenyon, volunteer; Dan Carroll, tree committee; Bob Weston, Lion’s Club; Gene Kush, volunteer; Brett Tallents, Lions Club; Doug Chapman, tree committee and Roberta Boteler, volunteer.