A special shout out to Boy Scout Troop 328 of Carmichael, CA.  For the past several years, we have helped with their annual tree disposal fundraiser.  We provided the trailer and the driver, Robert St. John, and they collected the trees and provided the muscle.
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A good time was had by all for this good cause!

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