In this Sept. 26, 2017, photo, Mount Vernon high school junior Emma Sundance poses for a photo with her father, Rich, under one of the few remaining Elm trees that was originally planted along State Route 536, Memorial Highway, to honor Skagit Valley servicemen who lost their lives in World War I. Emma is organizing a replanting campaign to restore the majestic Elms.
In this Sept. 26, 2017, photo, Mount Vernon high school junior Emma Sundance poses for a photo with her father, Rich, under one of the few remaining Elm trees that was originally planted along State Route 536, Memorial Highway, to honor Skagit Valley servicemen who lost their lives in World War I. Emma is organizing a replanting campaign to restore the majestic Elms. Skagit Valley Herald via AP Charles Biles
In this Sept. 26, 2017, photo, Mount Vernon high school junior Emma Sundance poses for a photo with her father, Rich, under one of the few remaining Elm trees that was originally planted along State Route 536, Memorial Highway, to honor Skagit Valley servicemen who lost their lives in World War I. Emma is organizing a replanting campaign to restore the majestic Elms. Skagit Valley Herald via AP Charles Biles

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