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Fourteenth Annual Arbor Day Celebration


                This year to celebrate Arbor Day the Powder River Conservation District worked with the Town of Kaycee, Wyoming State Forestry, the Johnson County Cemetery District, and community members to plant 42 trees at the Kaycee Cemetery, in addition to their annual Adopt a Tree Program with the KES students.


Kaycee’s official Arbor Day Celebration occurred on Wednesday, May 15, 2019, when Council Member Tori Hill and the Cemetery District joined PRCD District Manager Anita Bartlett and Kelly Norris and Jacob McCarthy with Wyoming State Forestry to plant the 42 trees and listen to Council Member Hill read the Arbor Day proclamation. Following the reading of the proclamation Ms. Hill was presented with an award for the Town of Kaycee as they have completed 13 years as a Tree City USA Town.


            The PRCD would like the send out our Thanks to the following people: the Town of Kaycee, the Johnson County Cemetery District, Wyoming State Forestry, and all of the community members for their help, support and efforts on this project. It is because of people like you we are able to do projects like this to help continually improve our community. Thank You.


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