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Sean Taylor Memorial Grove

In May of 2008 approximately 8,500 trees, shrubs & bushes were planted by Town staff & volunteers to create an urban woodlot. Sean Taylor, a Town employee, assisted with the planting of the woodlot and passed away in 2010. The woodlot was dedicated as the “Sean Taylor Memorial Grove” in August of 2013.

It has been 7 years since the trees were planted, and the grove has changed a great deal.
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Sean Taylor Memorial Grove GULL LAKE Town Beautification  Community Communities in Bloom

2 Replies to “Sean Taylor Memorial Grove”

  1. P.Taylor

    thank you for printing a follow up on my son Sean Taylors Memorial Grove.
    he was very proud to have been able to help plant all the trees!
    He loved the out doors and its nice that his wife and son still live in Gull Lake .
    Thank you. Patricia Taylor.

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