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Keeping Poulsbo green Mark Petranek, scoutmaster of Boy Scout Troop 1502, joins Poulsbo Tree Board Chairman Bill Lockard and scouts in planting one of three stewartia, a flowering tree, in American Legion Park April 20.  - Contributed
Keeping Poulsbo green Mark Petranek, scoutmaster of Boy Scout Troop 1502, joins Poulsbo Tree Board Chairman Bill Lockard and scouts in planting one of three stewartia, a flowering tree, in American Legion Park April 20.
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Mark Petranek, scoutmaster of Boy Scout Troop 1502, joins Poulsbo Tree Board Chairman Bill Lockard and scouts in planting one of three stewartia, a flowering tree, in American Legion Park April 20.

Approximately 15 people participated in Poulsbo’s 16th Arbor Day tree-planting.

 

 

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