Posted by Tim Kelley on May 01, 2018
On April 27, a group of Rotarians delivered trees to every Reading Public Schools 5th Grade Student.  This year's tree, specially chosen by our resident botanist, KC Latham, was a Lilac tree.  Rotarians visit each of the five elementary schools, tell them about Arbor Day, the importance of trees to our ecology and a little about Rotary.
Team Reading Rotary picks up the saplings at the DPW garage.
The students were excited to receive and plant their trees.  Below, Kyle, a Joshua Eaton School 5th Grader, prepares to dig the hole for his tree.