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Local sugar maple repeats as largest in state registry

August 17, 2011

The state-winning tree shades numerous gravestones at South Park Cemetery. — Post & Mail photo / Phil Smith

COLUMBIA CITY — A towering and far-reaching sugar maple tree at South Park Cemetery in Columbia City has been honored for the second time by Indiana’s Largest Tree Registry.
Tree enthusiast and Columbia City mayoral secretary Martha Acres recently submitted the tree, which also won in 2005.
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