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The Centennial Star Magnolia is one of several species available.
Michael Perlman May 7, 2013 at 07:06 pm
I would like to invite everyone to the Forest Hills Tree Giveaway Event at MacDonald Park (QueensRead More Blvd & 70th Ave) on Sunday, May 19 at 1 PM - 3 PM, where 200 free trees will be distributed to private property owners. Please REGISTER online to reserve your free, which can then be picked up at the event: http://www.treegiveaways.com/4bnpa.php **If you don't reserve your tree online, a limited quantity will be available on site at a first-come, first-served basis. Photos of the 6 available tree species are as follows: 1. Dawn Redwood - http://www.treegiveaways.com/53.pdf 2. Persian Ironwood - http://www.treegiveaways.com/55.pdf 3. Crape Myrtle ‘Natchez’ - http://www.treegiveaways.com/47.pdf 4. Magnolia ‘Leonard Messel’ - http://www.treegiveaways.com/50.pdf 5. Magnolia ‘Centennial’ - http://www.treegiveaways.com/49.pdf 6. Witchazel - http://www.treegiveaways.com/18.pdf QUESTIONS? Email Michael Perlman at unlockthevault@hotmail.com Please LIKE our new FB Page: https://www.facebook.com/ForestHillsTreeGiveaways FLYER & PHOTOS: http://bit.ly/May2013FHtreegiveaway Private property tree adopters include homeowners, landlords, property managers, supers, & building residents. If you live in a building, obtain permission from the board. This event is hosted by the Four Borough Neighborhood Preservation Alliance in partnership with New York Restoration Project & MillionTreesNYC. Please inform your neighbors & friends by sharing this posting, and help play a role in greening the 5 boroughs. Thank you, Michael Perlman, Four Borough Neighborhood Preservation Alliance
Rob MacKay January 20, 2012 at 06:38 pm
Lauren Yesko informed that the blood drive was a tremendous success, as almost 100 pints wereRead More donated. She called Patch to express her gratitude, saying the this article helped create interest.
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