Anne Larsen, along with her daughters Abby (left) and Gabby, plant one of approximately 50 trees at the Stream Team organization’s Holiday Tree Program planting at Woodland Creek Community Park in Lacey in January. The Christmas trees are donated earlier by program participants, with many opting to help plant them on the project date.
Anne Larsen, along with her daughters Abby (left) and Gabby, plant one of approximately 50 trees at the Stream Team organization’s Holiday Tree Program planting at Woodland Creek Community Park in Lacey in January. The Christmas trees are donated earlier by program participants, with many opting to help plant them on the project date. Steve Bloom sbloom@thenewstribune.com
Anne Larsen, along with her daughters Abby (left) and Gabby, plant one of approximately 50 trees at the Stream Team organization’s Holiday Tree Program planting at Woodland Creek Community Park in Lacey in January. The Christmas trees are donated earlier by program participants, with many opting to help plant them on the project date. Steve Bloom sbloom@thenewstribune.com

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