- Survivor Trees
What is the Survivor Tree Project?
|City of Bel Aire||Bel Aire City Hall||Gift|
|City of Greensburg, KS||Greensburg, KS||Survivors and those lost in the May 2007 tornado|
|V.A. Hospital||Wichita, KS||In honor of veterans|
|Wichita State University||Wichita, KS||In honor of those who died in the October 1970 WSU plane crash|
|Randy Jackson||Bel Aire, KS||Survivor of the October 1970 WSU plane crash|
|Dennis & Cheryl McCallum||Bel Aire, KS||Survivors of a July 2010 house fire|
|John Breen||Long Island, NY||Survivor of September 11, 2001 World Trade Center attack|
|City of Reading, KS||Reading, KS||Survivors and those lost in the May 2011 tornado|
|City of Joplin, MO||Joplin, MO||Survivors and those lost in the May 2011 tornado|
|K9 Ditto||Springfield, MO||In honor of Oklahoma City bombing search & rescue dog|
|Sedgwick County Fire Department||Bel Aire, KS
|In honor of firefighters|
|Sedgwick County Extension Arboretum||Wichita, KS||Gift|
|Bartlett Arboretum||Belle Plaine, KS||Gift|
|Dyck Arboretum||Hesston, KS||Gift|
|Northeast Magnet High School||Bel Aire, KS||Gift|
|Virginia Crice-Scribner||Wichita, KS||In honor of her service as a first responder to the Oklahoma City bombing|
Survivor Tree Dedications
The Bel Aire Tree Board dedicated a Survivor Tree in honor of Sedgwick County Fire Station #37 on Arbor Day 2016.
Bel Aire Tree Board gifted Officer Virginia Crice-Scribner a Survivor Tree in honor of her service as a paramedic responding to the Oklahoma City bombing.