Sacramento Tree Foundation Executive Director Ray Tretheway with some of the 28 Pink Flair flowering cherry trees to be planted at Southside Park Oct. 28. “Sakura Grove” will honor Japanese-Americans long connection with the area.
Sacramento Tree Foundation Executive Director Ray Tretheway with some of the 28 Pink Flair flowering cherry trees to be planted at Southside Park Oct. 28. “Sakura Grove” will honor Japanese-Americans long connection with the area. Ed Fletcher Ed Fletcher
Sacramento Tree Foundation Executive Director Ray Tretheway with some of the 28 Pink Flair flowering cherry trees to be planted at Southside Park Oct. 28. “Sakura Grove” will honor Japanese-Americans long connection with the area. Ed Fletcher Ed Fletcher

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