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Capitol Hill Toomer’s Oak sapling rolled again

It only took 24 hours after it was planted last May for the offspring of the Toomer’s Oaks on Capitol Hill’s southeast lawn to be rolled.

The tradition continues.

Here’s a shot of the nearly four foot sapling taken Saturday morning by a contingent from Auburn’s Honors College that was in Washington D.C. for something very smart, we’re sure.

Photos by Jay Morris and Chris Mattox.

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