New elm at James Elementary

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By LESLIE COLLINS
Northeast News
May 8, 2013

Euphrates Gallery Incorporated and Hermes Landscaping partner together to celebrate National Arbor Day and to support the Neighborhood as Museum: Transforming Community Initiative. Representatives from Euphrates visited James Elementary, 5810 Scarritt Ave., at the end of April to deliver the tree and talk about the initiative. The Accolade Elm was planted near the school’s front entrance and is about 15 feet tall, 2 inches in diameter and will turn yellow in the fall.

 

 

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