Buckskin first graders, along with their teachers, are pictured with Greenfield City Manager Todd Wilkin this week and everyone is pretending to be trees. The visit was part of the village’s annual Arbor Day observance. Each child received a white spruce seedling to plant at home.

Buckskin first graders, along with their teachers, are pictured with Greenfield City Manager Todd Wilkin this week and everyone is pretending to be trees. The visit was part of the village’s annual Arbor Day observance. Each child received a white spruce seedling to plant at home.


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As part of Greenfield’s annual Arbor Day observance, Greenfield Elementary first graders all received white spruce seedlings to plant at home. Here, everyone is posing as trees. Note: A sticker has been placed to protect the identity of certain students.


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Rainsboro Elementary first graders and their teachers are pictured this week with Greenfield City Manager Todd Wilkin, and they are all posing as trees. As part of Greenfield’s annual Arbor Day observance, the students received a white spruce seedling to plant at home. Note: A sticker has been placed to protect the identity of certain students.


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Buckskin first graders, along with their teachers, are pictured with Greenfield City Manager Todd Wilkin this week and everyone is pretending to be trees. The visit was part of the village’s annual Arbor Day observance. Each child received a white spruce seedling to plant at home.

As part of Greenfield’s annual Arbor Day observance, Greenfield Elementary first graders all received white spruce seedlings to plant at home. Here, everyone is posing as trees. Note: A sticker has been placed to protect the identity of certain students.

Rainsboro Elementary first graders and their teachers are pictured this week with Greenfield City Manager Todd Wilkin, and they are all posing as trees. As part of Greenfield’s annual Arbor Day observance, the students received a white spruce seedling to plant at home. Note: A sticker has been placed to protect the identity of certain students.

Buckskin first graders, along with their teachers, are pictured with Greenfield City Manager Todd Wilkin this week and everyone is pretending to be trees. The visit was part of the village’s annual Arbor Day observance. Each child received a white spruce seedling to plant at home.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2022/04/web1_Buckskin-ArborDay2022.jpegBuckskin first graders, along with their teachers, are pictured with Greenfield City Manager Todd Wilkin this week and everyone is pretending to be trees. The visit was part of the village’s annual Arbor Day observance. Each child received a white spruce seedling to plant at home. Courtesy photo

As part of Greenfield’s annual Arbor Day observance, Greenfield Elementary first graders all received white spruce seedlings to plant at home. Here, everyone is posing as trees. Note: A sticker has been placed to protect the identity of certain students.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2022/04/web1_GES-ArborDay-2022.jpegAs part of Greenfield’s annual Arbor Day observance, Greenfield Elementary first graders all received white spruce seedlings to plant at home. Here, everyone is posing as trees. Note: A sticker has been placed to protect the identity of certain students. Courtesy photo

Rainsboro Elementary first graders and their teachers are pictured this week with Greenfield City Manager Todd Wilkin, and they are all posing as trees. As part of Greenfield’s annual Arbor Day observance, the students received a white spruce seedling to plant at home. Note: A sticker has been placed to protect the identity of certain students.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2022/04/web1_Rainsboro.ArborDay2022.jpegRainsboro Elementary first graders and their teachers are pictured this week with Greenfield City Manager Todd Wilkin, and they are all posing as trees. As part of Greenfield’s annual Arbor Day observance, the students received a white spruce seedling to plant at home. Note: A sticker has been placed to protect the identity of certain students. Courtesy photo