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Webelo Scouts dig trees and shrubs for transplant


Webelo Scouts from Sequim Pack 4490 dug more than 130 native trees and shrubs at Lazy J Tree Farm on Saturday, Nov. 13. The plants were purchased from the Clallam Country Conservation District’s winter plant sale and Peninsula Trails Coalition volunteers transplanted them to Railroad Bridge Park. Participants included, from left, Doug Jensen, Jazen Bartee, Jim Bartee, Alliyah Weber, Carl Weber, Lyle Kingsley, Sean Weber, Robby Streett, Thomas McCulloch, Sandy McCulloch, Nickolas Kingsley, Kyle Morton, Joe Morton, Robert Streett, Liam Braaten, Juan Joy, Kenneth Joy and Dylan Jensen.


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