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150 Trees for Florida State University

As part of the Sesquicentennial Celebration this year at Florida State University, the FSU Alumni Association and the Division of Finance and Administration, along with Sesquicentennial Student Committee and the Division of Student Affairs are coordinating a campaign to secure funding to plant 150 trees.

Two very important and visible areas are being targeted. Landis Green, bordered by Dogwood Way and Magnolia Way, will receive 50 dogwoods and 50 magnolias. We plan to purchase 75-gallon specimens, trees that will last several generations and mature into majestic grandeur. We also plan to plant 50 crepe myrtles along Palmetto Drive, which parallels Tennessee Street. These new plants will complement the crepe myrtles that are planted in the median areas of Tennessee Street.

Each tree will be professionally installed and will be maintained by the FSU Grounds Department to ensure each plant will have a long life. The location of each tree donated will be listed as part of the Sesquicentennial Celebration and documented for the future. We welcome you to come back and watch your tree mature.

The main campus of Florida State University is a place of dreams and our "150 Trees for Florida State University" will enable us to continue to make this the most beautiful campus anywhere. We hope you will contribute the $150.00 needed for each tree. Checks should be made out to the FSU Foundation and restricted to "150 Trees."

Send checks to:

TALLAHASSEE, FL 32306-2610

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