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April 24, 2014
Lewistown Sentinel
Sentinel photos by BUFFIE BOYER
Derry Township employees Steve Yeater, left, Brian Baker, center, and Justin Allen work at planting at swamp white oak tree Wednesday in the camping area at Kish Park in Burnham. A total of 25 trees, including, sugar maples, red sunset maples, black gum, river birch and ornamental pear trees, are being planted to replace the ash trees that were removed from the park due to emerald ash borer damage.
 
 

 

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