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More trees to live in Coronado Arbor Day

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Spring tree plantings keep up natural life growth in Coronado. The city's Public Services department takes in volunteers this Saturday to plant trees for Arbor Day.

Set up starts at 8:30 am at Spreckels Park at Orange Avenue and Sixth Street. Refreshments on location.

A planting demonstration at 9:15 am gives volunteers an opportunity to learn how to plant a tree. The city expects six to seven dozen, or more, volunteers equipped with gloves and planting shovels to help plant and grow new trees in Coronado. Friends and fmaily have been invited to the event.

Thirty locations wait for an Arbor Day tree.

The forty trees help the city yield more trees during its greening work. Late April, the first cedar tree replaced on Orange Avenue went into the ground on the 800 block. City workers will replace a dozen and a half cedar trees.

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