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NeighbourWoods plans two fall tree plants

CENTRE WELLINGTON - People can enjoy the fall weather, get some exercise and make a difference in helping NeighbourWoods with its seasonal tree plant.

The non-profit group invites all township residents to the Elora Centre for the Arts parking lot at 9am for two tree plants on Oct. 15 and 22. Lunch will be provided afterwards.

Tree plant coordinator, Alex Watts, requested that those interested in signing up for either days to contact the group in advance at 519-846-0841 or by email at awatts@eloraenvironmentcentre.ca as soon as possible.

 

 

October 14, 2011

 
 

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