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Friday, April 28, 2017

Our Mayor Dan Hochvert, hard at work !

Driving around the library, I thought I would stop by the site of the new trees to be planted tomorrow. 300 saplings to be planted tomorrow from 10:00 a.m. till 4:00 p.m. as part of Earth day celebrations.

Guess who was there, digging and working away Friday afternoon at 5:30 p.m.:

He said he had to finish up what he had promised to do and that was what he was doing. Hurray to our Mayor ! Such dedication and service cannot be matched. We are so lucky to have him !

This is tulip island in Fox Meadow. Harcourt Road and Brewster Road.

Here is the announcement from the Recreation Department:

Community Planting Day - 4492REGISTER

Ages:  4 Yrs. to 100 Yrs. 

- fee $0.00 

Join Scarsdale's neighbors and nature lovers in a celebration of Arbor Day and Earth Day as we continue to restore Harwood Park wetland. In conjunction with the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation 'Trees for Tribs Program' the Village of Scarsdale and the Friends of the Scarsdale Parks have secured an additional 320 native trees and shrubs for this 11-acre park along the South Fox Meadow Brook, part of the Bronx River watershed system that feeds into the East River & Long Island Sound. 

With a total of 320 plantings we need your help. All individuals, families, youth groups, and businesses are welcome to take part in this one of a kind event. Please dress accordingly for outdoor planting (gloves/waterproof shoes/etc.). Don't miss your chance to make a difference!  *Plantings will take place along the South Fox Meadow Brook in the Brewster Road-Harwood Park Wetland (meet at the north end of the High School gravel parking lot)

Spots Available: 343 

Happy Earth Day ! Happy Birthday Earth ! 

You made it to 13.4 billion years, inspite of the Homo sapiens !!!

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