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America's National Tree

  • Subject: America's National Tree
  • From: "bykands" <bykands@mediaone.net>
  • Date: Mon, 30 Apr 2001 23:53:01 -0500

The oak tree is America's National Tree!

Dear Friend,

         I'm happy to report that the people have selected the oak as
their choice for
America's National Tree in the nationwide vote hosted by The National
Arbor Day
Foundation on its Web site, arborday.org.  From the first day of
voting, oak was the
popular choice of the American people.  Another magnificent American
tree, the
redwood, was the second place finisher.

        The National Arbor Day Foundation wishes to thank everyone who
voted or
encouraged others to take part in this historic process, which marked
the first time that
the entire American public has been able to state their pick for a
national emblem.

        Visit arborday.org for vote totals and comparisons of all the
candidate trees.

                                                               Best
regards,



                                                               John
Rosenow, President
                                                               The
National Arbor Day Foundation


Ken and Sue Dutton
2620 Lake Shore Ave.
Little Canada, MN 55117
http://www.ks-plantmarkers.com/
mail to: ksplantmarkers@mediaone.net




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