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From acorns to trees
Bethesda youth receive special tree donation
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Students from the 4-year-old kindergarten class at Bethesda Christian School help to cultivate two specially donated trees planted near the schools playground in observance of Arbor Day. The trees were donated by the Gardening Girls Study Club of Camden as part of the groups service to the community. - photo by Michael Ulmer
Gardening Girls Study Club (GGSC) of Camden recently dedicated two trees to the 4-year-old kindergarten class at Bethesda Christian School in commemoration of Arbor Day and Plantings for Public and Special Places, a national program aimed at tree planting projects. GGSC President Judith Dill said the trees -- one sugar maple and one gingko – were given to the children as part of the group’s service to the community. The trees were planted near the school’s playground.

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