Lyndeborough donated tree honors past
Clayton Brown works on replacing a tree that he and his father-in-law, former road agent Earl Bullard planted in the 1950s. (Kathleen Baglio Humphreys/Union Leader Correspondent)
Bullard and Brown planted the tree 60 years ago.
“We planted the tree in Earl’s memory and to replace the one he planted many years ago,” said Brown “I like to do it. The town has been good to me, and it’s a good town to live in,” added Brown.
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