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Sunny skies brought young and old[er!] alike to Rodney Square for the tenth annual Earth Day Celebration, sponsored by the City of Wilmington, the Delaware Department of Transportation, Partnership for the Delaware Estuary and The Nature Conservancy. Dozens of vendors exhibited on the newly renovated Square, offering “green” products, services and even free tree saplings for visitors to take home and plant. Students from nearby Stubbs Elementary and St. Peter Cathedral learned about the dangers of pollution through a spirited reading of Dr. Seuss’s The Lorax, and all visitors left a little “greener” and wiser.

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