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Launceston Lions Club efforts mean environmentalists can breathe easier
Wednesday, 06 June 2012
DIG IN: From left, are Graham Chester (Lion), Tony Sandercock (Coronation Park Trustee), Eric Chapman (Coronation Park Trustee), Anna Duke, Chris Dyer (Deputy County Scouts Commissioner), Leighton Penhale (Honorary Lion and Launceston Rotarian), Bobby Bobin (Lion), Morag Dyer (Launceston Scouts) Christine Rowe (Lion) and Helen Bailey (Lion). Picture: Paul Hamlyn, Launceston.
LIONS Clubs worldwide have this year been challenged to plant one million trees by their international president Wing-Kun Tam to demonstrate the strength of the Lions’ global network. This target has in fact, been exceeded almost ten fold. Launceston Lions planted a Prunus Kanzan tree in Coronation Park on May 20 to meet his challenge, as well as celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.
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