Representatives from Lacey, Olympia, Tumwater and DuPont joined Peter Goldmark for a ceremonial tree planting on the Capitol Campus Wednesday afternoon. Goldmark, the Department of Natural Resources Commissioner of Public Lands, presented the four communities with Tree City awards sponsored by the Arbor Day Foundation. About 40 people attended the 20-minute Arbor Day ceremony.
Representatives from Lacey, Olympia, Tumwater and DuPont joined Peter Goldmark for a ceremonial tree planting on the Capitol Campus Wednesday afternoon. Goldmark, the Department of Natural Resources Commissioner of Public Lands, presented the four communities with Tree City awards sponsored by the Arbor Day Foundation. About 40 people attended the 20-minute Arbor Day ceremony. The Olympian
Representatives from Lacey, Olympia, Tumwater and DuPont joined Peter Goldmark for a ceremonial tree planting on the Capitol Campus Wednesday afternoon. Goldmark, the Department of Natural Resources Commissioner of Public Lands, presented the four communities with Tree City awards sponsored by the Arbor Day Foundation. About 40 people attended the 20-minute Arbor Day ceremony. The Olympian

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