Celebrating Arbor Day in Lynnwood

Cedar Valley Community School sixth graders Nelly Hernandez and Angelina Pinchuk help dig a hole to plant a tree during an Arbor Day Celebration Friday afternoon at Wilcox Park. City Parks staff and students planted vine maple and Western Red Cedar trees that will create an under story of vegetation that help reduce erosion at one the City’s most popular urban forests.  (Photos by David Pan)
Cedar Valley Community School sixth graders Nelly Hernandez and Angelina Pinchuk help dig a hole to plant a tree during an Arbor Day Celebration Friday afternoon at Wilcox Park. City Parks staff and students planted Vine Maple and Western Red Cedar trees that will create an under story of vegetation that help reduce erosion at one the City’s most popular urban forests. (Photos by David Pan)
Keiana Coons helps Parks employee Mike Ross plant a tree.
Sixth grader Keiana Coons helps Parks employee Mike Ross (left) plant a tree.
Fifth graders Alan Rodriquez and Christian Espinoza (right) are hard at work digging a hole.
Fifth graders Alan Rodriquez and Christian Espinoza (right) are hard at work digging a hole.
Fifth grader Mohammed Alrobae and Parks employee Jeff Persons get ready to put a tree in a hole.
Fifth grader Mohammed Alrobae and Parks employee Jeff Persons (left) get ready to put a tree in a hole.
Joining students from Cedar Valley Community School were CIty Council President Loren Simmons, Mayor Nicola Smith and Snohomish County Councilmember Stephanie Wright (back row)
Joining students from Cedar Valley Community School were City Council President Loren Simmons, Mayor Nicola Smith and Snohomish County Councilmember Stephanie Wright (back row).

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