Wednesday, April 18, 2012


By Dave Taylor
Local tree huggers holding group hug
You may belong to or have heard about the Tree Hugging Clubs that are taking root around the country. Soon Bridgepark will have it's own chapter, according to Woody Squeezer, National Tree Hugging Club President. Channel 1 News learned that local residents in need of a big hug, purchased the abandoned old saw mill on Limb St. and applied for certification as a Tree Hugging chapter. They then started a membership drive with a group hug in Cherry Tree Park.
Most huggers have their own favorite tree
Early this morning the Bridgepark club received word from the National Charter that they had been approved. Election of officers will be held this weekend, followed by a barbecue and a dance. A large turnout is expected. Channel 1 News will be there, knock on wood.

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