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Rotary Forest milestone Saturday

The Rotary Club of Guelph will mark a milestone this year at the Rotary Forest near Guelph Lake, when the 25,000th tree is planted.
The ceremonial planting, which will be done with the help of local dignitaries, will be part of the club’s annual tree planting and Earth Day celebrations on April 20.
The club plans to plant 4,000 trees at this year’s event, and members of the public are invited to pitch in from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wear your boots, and shovels will be supplied, a news release said.
There will also be a chance to meet some animals, it said. Refreshments and food will be available for purchase, and drinking water will be available for those who bring their own container.
The planting site is located near Guelph Lake, and free parking is available at Lakeside Church on Conservation Road. A free shuttle will take volunteers from the parking to the forest site, and another shuttle will bus people from St. George’s Square downtown to the site, making one stop at Woodlawn and Victoria roads.
To register to take part in the event, visit

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