WOODBRIDGE — Mayor John E. McCormac and members of the Municipal Council are expected to join the Woodbridge Township Environmental Commission, Woodbridge environmental agencies, “green” businesses, and Township residents to participate in the 2013 Woodbridge Township Earth Day celebration and Arbor Day tree planting ceremony on Saturday, April 20, outside the Community Center.
This year’s event will include green displays by environmental companies and local businesses; free giveaways of tree seedlings and flower seeds, and other green items (while supplies last). The Earth Day/Arbor Day celebration will also include information on the importance of recycling, energy-saving seminars and information, and a special Earth Day program for children.
At 10:30 a.m., representatives from Verizon Wireless and the Woodbridge Environmental Commission will lead the Arbor Day planting of blossoming Redspire Pear trees along Community Center Drive – an annual event that signifies the important role trees play in keeping the Township environment clean and smog-free.
The Woodbridge Community Center is located at 600 Main Street, Woodbridge.
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