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Re: [TalkAntietam] Volunteers needed for planting in Piper Orchard

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  • Scott Hann
    Thanks Tom. I ve been corresponding with Michelle Carter and, weather permitting, I will be there. Scott Hann ... From: RoteBaron@comcast.net Date: 11/29/07
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      Thanks Tom. I've been corresponding with Michelle Carter and, weather
      permitting, I will be there.

      Scott Hann

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      From: RoteBaron@...
      Date: 11/29/07 07:59:31
      To: TalkAntietam@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: [TalkAntietam] Volunteers needed for planting in Piper Orchard

      News item from NPS Antietam....
      Additional Planting in the Historic Piper Orchard
      The park is seeking volunteers to assist with planting 176 apple trees in
      historic Piper Orchard on Saturday, December 8th. Each tree will be between
      ¾”-7/8” caliper and approximately five feet tall. Varieties of apples to be
      planted include: Spigold, Gibson Yellow Delicious, Double Red Delicious,
      William’s Pride, Freedom, Liberty, Jonathan, and Yellow Transparent. The
      holes for each tree will be pre-dug; the duty of volunteers will be to
      properly plant the tree in the hole. Adults will be asked to work with any
      children under the age of 12.
      Volunteers will meet at the Visitors Center at 9:00 AM on December 8th, and
      the project will run no later than 3:00 PM. Please bring warm clothes and
      work gloves. Tools needed for planting the trees will be provided by park
      staff.
      If you are interested in volunteering or have questions, please call
      Michelle Carter at 301.432.2243
      POSTED BY: Tom Shay

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