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Ingalls Elementary School plants trees in honor of Arbor Day 

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Ingalls Elementary School students, from left, Daniel L., Rossie F., and Aisha L., add soil to the base of a tulip tree which was planted at the school on Thursday in honor of Arbor Day.

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Ingalls school tree planting

Ingalls Elementary School students, from left, Daniel L., Rossie F., and Aisha L., add soil to the base of a tulip tree which was planted at the school on Thursday in honor of Arbor Day.

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Ingalls school tree planting

Aisha L., 8, a second-grader at Ingalls Elementary School in Lynn, adds soil to the base of a tulip tree which was planted at the school in commemoration of Arbor Day on Thursday.

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Ingalls school tree planting

From left, Lynn City Councilor-at-Large Brian Field, Ingalls Elementary School Principal Irene Cowdell, and student Daniel L., Rossie F., and Aisha L., add soil to the base of a tulip tree, which was planted at the school in honor of Arbor Day.

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Ingalls school tree planting

Ingalls Elementary School celebrated Arbor Day with a planting of three tulip trees in front of the school. Assisting with the planting and commemorating the day is, from left, David Bresnahan, an urban forester with DCR, Steve Smith of Lynn's Inspectional Services Department, City Councilor-at-Large Brian Field, Lynn DPW Associate Commissioner Lisa Nerich, second-grader Aisha L., first-grader Rossie F., Ingalls School Principal Irene Cowdell, fourth-grader Daniel L., and Ingalls School Program Specialist Stephanie Clayman.

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LYNN — Three tulip trees were planted in front of Ingalls Elementary School Thursday morning in honor of Arbor Day.  The new trees are part of a nearly two-year project aimed at refurbishing the front of the Lynn school.  “Our hope is that the trees start to deliver some gorgeous shade. It’s a perfect opportunity…

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