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Soroptimist's Redwood Grove

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Soroptimist International is a volunteer organization largely comprised of women dedicated to improving the lives of women and girls in each chapter's local communities. The Pomona-Claremont chapter, founded in 1946, planted 250 redwood trees between 1971 and 1976. Today, this copse within Ganesha Park has walkways, a picnic area, and a memorial. Several sculptures of Native American art fashioned from dead redwoods from the grove naturally blend in with their surroundings. The park is open every during daylight hours. (Submitted by Brenda Rios)

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