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Pacific sunsets around the labyrinth

Bruce Peseau, left, and Natalie Rosen help plant 11 Pacific sunset maple trees, Sept. 23, around the labyrinth that was installed in downtown Arlington last month with help from several community groups, including the Arlington Kiwanis Club, the Rotary Club of Arlington and the Arlington Lions Club. The labyrinth was designed by the city’s recreation manager, Sarah Hegge, and presented as an art project to the Arlington Arts Council. AAC, with matching funds from the city, included it as one of four projects funded by last year’s art auction. “This is an example of the perfect community project,” Hegge said at the AAC’s Artist Reception Sept. 25. “Thanks to a lot of people, we have added a beautiful asset to our city’s parks.” -
Bruce Peseau, left, and Natalie Rosen help plant 11 Pacific sunset maple trees, Sept. 23, around the labyrinth that was installed in downtown Arlington last month with help from several community groups, including the Arlington Kiwanis Club, the Rotary Club of Arlington and the Arlington Lions Club. The labyrinth was designed by the city’s recreation manager, Sarah Hegge, and presented as an art project to the Arlington Arts Council. AAC, with matching funds from the city, included it as one of four projects funded by last year’s art auction. “This is an example of the perfect community project,” Hegge said at the AAC’s Artist Reception Sept. 25. “Thanks to a lot of people, we have added a beautiful asset to our city’s parks.”
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