More than 25 new trees are set to be planted in the village of Victor, and community members are invited to help make that happen. The Victor village tree board will hold its third annual Arbor Day tree planting celebration at 10 a.m. on April 21. Volunteers will have a chance to dig in and plant a tree. An opening ceremony will take place at the entrance to Harlan Fisher Park on East Parkway, where Mayor Gary Hadden will kick off festivities with the official Arbor Day proclamation. Chris Luley, the village’s arborist, will demonstrate optimum planting techniques to ensure the new trees thrive. After the trees are planted, village tree board members and volunteer planters will gather for hot dogs and refreshments, and will take home a seedling, thanks to Victor Hiking Trails Inc. This year’s planting sites on Church Street and in Harlan Fisher Park will add a variety of species to Victor’s tree-lined streets, including London planetree, yellowwood, honey locust and Callery pear. The trees were chosen to provide shade and beauty in the village for years to come. The annual Arbor Day tree planting celebration was established to positively impact the environment and quality of life in the village of Victor. Participants are asked to park at Harlan Fisher Park off Lynaugh Road, and on East Parkway off Church Street.