Mr Smith said everyone worked together well on the day to get the job done, with younger members kneeling down to plant the trees and older members helping to do the heavier lifting White Converse High Tops Size 5
Following the planting, a free barbecue lunch was held in the Maritime Museum gardens.
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Lions Club of Whyalla, Whyalla Girl Guides and the second and fourth Whyalla scout groups recently worked together for National Tree Day. Sneakers Converse White
Lions Club of Whyalla, Whyalla Girl Guides and the second and fourth Whyalla scout groups joined forces to plant trees along the western side of the Lincoln Highway, near Tanderra Craft Village.
Mr Smith said the native trees planted would look good when they have matured more against the saltbush backdrop.
"It was sensational to have these four community organisations working together towards improving and beautifying the entrance to Whyalla." Lions Club of Whyalla secretary Allan Smith
The combined group was also able to mulch around the base of the trees thanks to green mulch supplied by the council.
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The job was completed rather quickly with the groups planting trees from 9am and finishing at about 11.30am.
Pictured on the day were (back, from left) Rick Pauley, Tom Cruse, Lochlie Coathupe, Luke Atkinson, David Jewell, Allan Smith, Tammy Smith, Peter Ryan, Jon Cunningham, Malcom Roberts, (front) Elka Enbom, Annika Enbom, Oliver Pauley, Sienna Pauley, Cameron Marsland, Simon Howard, Chanelle Smith, Taleah Smith and Jasmine Converse Shoes Mens Sale
Lions Club of Whyalla, Whyalla Girl Guides and the second and fourth Whyalla scout groups have a long history of working together for National Tree Day as well as joining together for Clean Up Australia Day in the past.
Local community organisations banded together recently to green one of Whyalla's main entry ways for National Tree Day.
Lions Club of Whyalla secretary Allan Smith said the event saw eight Lions members, 20 scouts and 21 girl guides planting 160 trees supplied by the Whyalla City Council.
Mr Smith said the gardens were a "brilliant spot" for the community Converse Black Sabbath groups to mingle with 41 people attending the event.
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