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Civic leaders celebrate tree planting project along Oklahoma River

by / Thursday, 16 May 2019 / News Category Newsok

By Darla Slipke
Staff writer
dslipke@oklahoman.com

Civic leaders sank shovels into the ground along the north shore of the Oklahoma River and ceremoniously planted a bur oak tree under a bright, cloudless sky Wednesday morning.

Someday, the tree will tower over those who visit the trail, providing shade from the sweltering summer sun or a picnic spot.
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