Plant a tree this Halloween with the Tampa Bay Derby Darlins

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[image-1]Please bring with you a shovel, sunscreen, gloves and clothes that you feel comfortable to get down and dirty in.

Do something different and green this Halloween before you give out your eco-friendly candies to the kiddies that evening!

For more information on how to green your Halloween, please visit this webpage for some simple green holiday tips!

Happy planting!

The Tampa Bay Derby Darlins are at it again, teaming up with Esurance, T.R.E.E., Inc. (Tampa Bay Reforestation and Environmental Efforts Inc), the City of Temple Terrace Parks and Recreation Department and Keep Hillsborough County Beautiful, Inc. to plant trees to offset their carbon gas emissions from their local and long distance traveling done in their 2009 season.

The girls and other volunteers will be planting 72 Florida native trees including the Florida Elm, Baldcypress and Longleaf pine trees.

If you would like to help the girls and volunteer this Halloween, the planting will take place at 10am this Saturday, October 31st, at 78th Street and Bullard Parkway in Temple Terrace. The rain date will be scheduled for Saturday, November 7th.

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