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Nola Sizemore|Daily EnterpriseThe Harlan County Cooperative Extension Agency's 4-H Program, Harlan County Conservation District and Walmart participated in the county's observance of Earth Day on Tuesday. Red Bud, dogwood, black walnut and apple trees, along with beef steak tomato plants were given away free of charge in observance of the event. Here, 4-H Extension Agent Raymond Cox, left, gives Brenda Cassim, of Teetersville, her bundle of trees to plant.
Nola Sizemore|Daily EnterpriseThe Harlan County Cooperative Extension Agency's 4-H Program, Harlan County Conservation District and Walmart participated in the county's observance of Earth Day on Tuesday. Red Bud, dogwood, black walnut and apple trees, along with beef steak tomato plants were given away free of charge in observance of the event. Here, 4-H Extension Agent Raymond Cox, left, gives Brenda Cassim, of Teetersville, her bundle of trees to plant.
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The Harlan County Cooperative Extension Agency’s 4-H Program, Harlan County Conservation District and Walmart participated in the county’s observance of Earth Day on Tuesday. Red Bud, dogwood, black walnut and apple trees, along with beef steak tomato plants were given away free of charge in observance of the event. Here, 4-H Extension Agent Raymond Cox, left, gives Brenda Cassim, of Teetersville, her bundle of trees to plant.

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