Planting Trees at Bellevue Airfield Park
The damp weather did not stop three of our members from showing up this Saturday to plant trees at the Bellevue Airfield Park. We worked with the Bellevue Park and Recreation Service to help reforest a section at the park entrance. Adam Mihlstin, Jason Cherney and Kaj Pedersen shook off the concern for rain and lent their support to the effort. The good news is that the rain stayed away to allow us to get a good couple of hours of digging and planting done.
Many of you know that Ian Riseley, our Rotary International President, has put out a call to action for each Rotarian to plant a tree during his term. The good news is that with 94 trees planted this morning, our small team has planted one tree for every BBRC club member. We are thrilled that we can represent the club’s commitment to this call to action has now been achieved. We have made a contribution to our community and the global community with our tree planting this morning.