Celebrating Arbor Day


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  • Daniel Pichinson, Executive Director of Ryan/Chelsea-Clinton Community Health Center, chats with a second grader from P.S. 111 as she works on her personal planting pot at the center’s Arbor Day event. Photo courtesy of Ryan Chelsea-Clinton Health Center




  • Assemblymember Linda Rosenthal reads to chidlren at the Arbor Day event. Photo courtesy of Ryan/Chelsea-Clinton Community Health Center




Ryan/Chelsea-Clinton Community Health Center held an Arbor Day event with second graders from P.S. 111 in Hell’s Kitchen on Friday, April 27. The children learned about the importance of trees to the environment and their overall health with a reading by Assemblymember Linda Rosenthal of the book, “The Great Kapok Tree” by Lynne Cherry. Each child received a copy of the book and a planting to take home.





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