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Celebrate the Sunny Weekend with Arbor Tree Planting

Crescenta Valley Town Council event features park beautification and supports the Two Strike War Memorial project.

With the weekend weather looking to be mostly sunny, it’s a great chance to participate in an Arbor Tree planting event organized by the Crescenta Valley Town Council.

The event, starting at 9 a.m. at Two Strike Park on 5107 Rosemont Avenue in La Crescenta, is organized by the Crescenta Valley Town Council. They have planned an Arbor Day Celebration with tree planting at Two Strike Park. Locals are invited to enjoy coffee and pastries as well as help beautify the park. Today, April 27, is National Arbor Day, where individuals and groups are encouraged to plant and take care of trees.

Proceeds given during the program will benefit the . The organization, Two Strike War Memorial, works to preserve the memory of those who have served for the United States and the fallen heroes of the country. The project will help build a new war memorial.

For those who make it out to Two Strike Park Saturday morning, make sure to enjoy the grounds, which include numerous playing fields such as a baseball diamond, basketball court, playground, and grassy field. There are also walking paths, picnic tables, and benches for the community to enjoy. The park also has terrific mountain views from the baseball diamond, which are absolutely breathtaking.

Leslie Dickson April 28, 2012 at 04:45 AM
The information I received courtesy of the cub scouts is that this even starts at 9 am.
Connie K. Ho April 28, 2012 at 05:09 AM
Hi Leslie, Thank you for the information! The article reflects the clarification. Happy planting!
Leslie Dickson April 28, 2012 at 07:33 PM
We attended and it was a great event. Many of our important community members were there with lots of freebies. There was a wonderful 9 year old singing the "Star Spangled Banner" and St. James/Holy Redeemer had their chorus there as well. Fun for the whole family!

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