Seventeen new trees now growing at Weaver Park in Pompano Beach symbolize the end of Super Bowl XLIV in South Florida and the beginning of Super Bowl XLV to take place in Arlington, Texas, in 2011.
Broward Commissioner Kristin Jacobs is joined by the NFL, Miami Dolphins and City of Pompano Beach officials at "Plant It Forward" event in Weaver Park. Left to right are: Pompano Beach Mayor Lamar Fisher; an NFL vice president and former Miami Dolphin Nat Moore; Broward Commissioner Kristin Jacobs; Miami Dolphins Sr. Director Eric Knowles; Pompano Beach Woody Poitier; and an unidentified Dolphins' cheerleader.
The trees were planted by Broward County Commissioner Kristin Jacobs, members of the National Football League (NFL), the Miami Dolphins and Pompano Beach city officials on Monday. The "Plant It Forward" tree planting event marks the passing of the Super Bowl experience from region to the next and completes the final Super Bowl XLIV Urban Forestry project in Broward County.