Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Arbor Day, O'BON and a Green Grandma contest

Did you know Arbor Day was founded over 132 years ago? The celebration this coming Friday has quite a long history. A Nebraskan journalist and politician named Julius Sterling Morton came up with the idea to set aside one day a year dedicated to the planting of trees and more than one million trees were planted on that first celebration in 1884. Since then communities across the country commemorate the last day in April by organizing tree planting events.

What's happening in your community this Friday? Are there any special Arbor Day events planned? I would love to hear about them.

While I won't be planting any trees this year, I will be celebrating Arbor Day by giving away wonderful O'BON products to three GG community members. Will you be one of the lucky ones?

If you'd like to have a chance at winning your choice from O'BON's fantastic selection of eco-friendly and tree-friendly products, you have to visit an earlier post on this blog by clicking here. Then come back and post a comment about what topic on the list that was covered on the blog sometime in the last eight months spoke most to you. If you can't narrow it down to just one, list a few. That's okay. I really value your opinions and want to reward them.

So, make some plans for Arbor Day and participate in a contest with prizes from a company that truly cares about our environment. And let me assure you, I've tried the products and they're fantastic!

Keeping it green,


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