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Mulch available from 'treecycle' program

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Posted: Wednesday, January 12, 2011 12:00 am

Oro Valley Public Works employees Tony Sances and Manuel Fierros place Christmas trees into a wood chipper at the Naranja Town Site last Wednesday. The Oro Valley Kiwanis Club uses the “treecycle” program as a fund-raiser for buying presents and school supplies for needy kids. People wishing to use the mulch are free to pick some up at the town site.

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