Rotary Club of Plymouth Set To Dance With Mother Earth!

In response to the request of Rotary International President Ian Riseley, we have received a grant approval to plant 40 trees in the City of Plymouth, representing our membership as a club. Thanks to the amazing supporters of our September fundraiser and the City of Plymouth who supported our grant process to make this happen!!!!!
 
It is the Lake Camelot neighborhood (Old Begin Oaks Golf Course) which the City identified. It will be a Rotary Tree Walk with signage reflecting the tree types and education about the trees so those enjoying the nature walk can learn about the environment and Rotary during this walk.
 
We will be instructed on the proper way to plant the trees, so we get to enjoy and learn from the fun part of the project. This will be a great event to invite family too, and any local environmental group interested in being a part of this, including younger millennials who may have interest in joining our great club.