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Keep Bossier Beautiful board members have been working hard to spruce up Bossier.

Once again, the group celebrated Arbor Day at the Northwest Louisiana War Veterans Home, located on the Arthur Ray Teague Parkway, by planting new trees on the property. All together, the group planted more than a dozen live oak trees, including several replacements. Each tree was fitted with a protective sleeve to keep them safe from any lawn maintenance damage.

Next, they cleaned up the Bossier City gateway at the foot of the Jimmy Davis bridge.

Keep Bossier Beautiful is a community volunteer organization that works hard to not only beautify the community, but promote personal, corporate and community responsibility for a clean and beautiful city/parish.

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