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Wednesday, April 18, 2001 

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National Arbor Day celebration

Students in Mrs. Stamm's first grade at Zion Lutheran School, students from the LCHS National Honor Society, Eric Jenkins of Femme Osage Tree Farm, and city officials Mayor Ritter (far right) and Donnie Osborne (just left of Mayor Ritter) from the streets department honored National Arbor Day together this morning. The city planted a new tree just outside the first-graders' classroom window. The students also received T-shirts, certificates and seedlings for home planting. In turn, the children read a tree poem for the visiting dignitaries.

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Caitlin Easley (left) admires Civil War dance dress. (Center) Dancers line up for the opening steps of the Virginia reel. Kaitlin Meyer (right), friends with the other Caitlin, also appreciates the Civil War-era dress and activities. Both girls participated in last year's Civil War dance and activities.

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