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Riderwood hosts 10th annual Earth Day celebration

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April 19th, 2010

Certified as a wildlife habitat, complete with great horned owls, turtles, deer, foxes, pheasants, and hawks, the Riderwood community embodies a passion for conservation that is hard to match. In fact, last year it earned the distinction of becoming the only retirement community designated as a Corporate Lands for Learning site by the Wildlife Habitat Council. [caption id="attachment_8761" align="alignright" width="280" caption="Left to Right: Ali Arman, Becky Hedin, Anne Blackburn. Ali Arman and his wife, Alta, started the Earth Day tradition at Riderwood. Becky Hedin became chairperson last year and is leading this year s event. Anne Blackburn chaired the Earth Day celebration for several years prior and designed the format as it is today. (Photo by Jeffrey Getek)"]



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