Photo by Kelly Sullivan/ Peninsula Clarion Mountain View Elementary School XXX grader and Field of Flowers gazebo for the 50th Anniversary of Alaska Arbor Day Monday, May 16, 2016, in Kenai, Alaska.

Photo by Kelly Sullivan/ Peninsula Clarion Mountain View Elementary School XXX grader and Field of Flowers gazebo for the 50th Anniversary of Alaska Arbor Day Monday, May 16, 2016, in Kenai, Alaska.

Photo: Students help celebrate Alaska’s 50th Arbor Day

  • By Kelly Sullivan
  • Tuesday, May 17, 2016 9:43pm
  • News
Photo by Kelly Sullivan/ Peninsula Clarion Mountain View Elementary School XXX grader and student council member XXX digs a hole to plant one of eight Minuet Lilacs she and her peers planted around the Field of Flowers gazebo for the 50th Anniversary of Alaska Arbor Day Monday, May 16, 2016, in Kenai, Alaska.

Photo by Kelly Sullivan/ Peninsula Clarion Mountain View Elementary School XXX grader and student council member XXX digs a hole to plant one of eight Minuet Lilacs she and her peers planted around the Field of Flowers gazebo for the 50th Anniversary of Alaska Arbor Day Monday, May 16, 2016, in Kenai, Alaska.

Photo by Kelly Sullivan/ Peninsula Clarion Mountain View Elementary School fourth grader and student council member Camilla Gonzalez digs a hole to plant one of eight Minuet Lilacs she and her peers planted around the Field of Flowers gazebo for the 50th Anniversary of Alaska Arbor Day Monday, May 16, 2016, in Kenai, Alaska.

Photo by Kelly Sullivan/ Peninsula Clarion Mountain View Elementary School fourth grader and student council member Camilla Gonzalez digs a hole to plant one of eight Minuet Lilacs she and her peers planted around the Field of Flowers gazebo for the 50th Anniversary of Alaska Arbor Day Monday, May 16, 2016, in Kenai, Alaska.

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