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The 300,000th tree to be planted as part of the city’s “Plant One Million” program will be put in the ground on Friday morning at St. Hubert Catholic High School for Girls.
Northeast Times Staff
| April 23, 2014 |
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Flower show proceeds go to the City Harvest program, said PHS spokesman Alan Jaffe.
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When picked, they’re distributed to food cupboards, which, in turn distribute them to 1,000 needy families per week during the growing season, Jaffe said.