Arbor Day was created in 1872 as a day to plant trees. It is typically celebrated on the last Friday in April, but many states celebrate it on different days based on their best tree planting times.
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Edgewood, Md - Harford County Executive David R. Craig will join with staff of the Department of Planning and Zoning and more than a hundred volunteers in recognizing Arbor Day 2013 on Friday.
The Arbor Day event will be held at Edgewood Elementary School and adjacent to the Boys and Girls Club located on Cedar Drive in Edgewood.
This event is in support of Arbor Day. Volunteers and sponsors will assist in planting more than 500 seedlings and street trees.
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