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LETTER: Hopes To Plant Other Street Trees In Groton This Year

Happy Spring to all the townsfolk in Groton from The Friends of the Tree Warden. This is the first year since 1982 that we have had to postpone our spring Arbor Day. We started our group to assist the Tree Warden, Tom Delaney, with tree plantings in Groton.
     Although the Friends of the Tree Warden’s spring Arbor Day celebration had to be cancelled due to the pandemic, it may be possible to have an Arbor Day gathering and tree planting this fall. Also, our 2020 Newsletter is postponed because the printing company is closed temporarily. We hope you will consider donations for our tree plantings.
     Information will be on our Facebook page. Please note that our Tree Warden, Tom Delaney, and his crew were able to plant a beautiful Elm tree on the Station Avenue side of Town Hall in March. He worked with the Liberty Tree Society to purchase the special specimen. This was a great gift to the town. We thank Tom for his constant assistance and for his caring about our town. We are hopeful that our other street trees will be planted in Groton this year. We have a Facebook page that we invite you to visit so you can be kept up to date on what our group is doing. You can find us on Facebook at ‘Friends of the Tree Warden in Groton MA’. Please contact us including name, address, phone and email and then you will be placed on our mailing list. Please contact Suzanne Goehringer, at suzanne@goehringer.com if you have questions.
 
Happy Spring,
Suzanne Goehringer
Friends of the Tree Warden
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