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A project designed to add foliage to a stretch of local parkway while offering folks a chance to memorialize loved ones is holding a tree dedication ceremony on Friday.
Hundreds are expected to spruce up Tucson parks this weekend.
The Trees for Tucson program is accepting applications for low-cost trees for delivery this fall.
Some 41 newly planted commemorative trees, like the one above, line one stretch of the Pantano River Park and will be formally dedicated at a ceremony on Friday.
In coming years, joggers and walkers will see hundreds of native trees emerging along more than two miles of the Pantano River Park as part of the commemorative-planting effort.
One memorial tree recalls the lives of Henry and Rosemary Balsiger.
Dan D'Antimo was active in Tucson Breakfast Lion's Club.
Betty Schloatman is recalled with a palo verde tree, a favorite.
During the next several years, 570 memorial trees are expected to be planted in seven garden areas along the river park, which borders the Pantano Wash.
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