Lions team with students for Arbor Day


For the seventh consecutive year, the Wilmington Lions club has participated in observing Arbor Day in Ohio. This year the Lions Club purchased 650 blue spruce saplings for all of Clinton County’s fourth-grade students. The club works with the Fourth Grade Foresters USA of Lincoln, Nebraska. Shown in the picture are some of Clinton-Massie’s fourth-graders with Lions member Gene Snyder, who made the program presentation and distributed the trees.

For the seventh consecutive year, the Wilmington Lions club has participated in observing Arbor Day in Ohio. This year the Lions Club purchased 650 blue spruce saplings for all of Clinton County’s fourth-grade students. The club works with the Fourth Grade Foresters USA of Lincoln, Nebraska. Shown in the picture are some of Clinton-Massie’s fourth-graders with Lions member Gene Snyder, who made the program presentation and distributed the trees.


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For the seventh consecutive year, the Wilmington Lions club has participated in observing Arbor Day in Ohio. This year the Lions Club purchased 650 blue spruce saplings for all of Clinton County’s fourth-grade students. The club works with the Fourth Grade Foresters USA of Lincoln, Nebraska. Shown in the picture are some of Clinton-Massie’s fourth-graders with Lions member Gene Snyder, who made the program presentation and distributed the trees.

For the seventh consecutive year, the Wilmington Lions club has participated in observing Arbor Day in Ohio. This year the Lions Club purchased 650 blue spruce saplings for all of Clinton County’s fourth-grade students. The club works with the Fourth Grade Foresters USA of Lincoln, Nebraska. Shown in the picture are some of Clinton-Massie’s fourth-graders with Lions member Gene Snyder, who made the program presentation and distributed the trees.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/05/web1_20190429_101558.jpgFor the seventh consecutive year, the Wilmington Lions club has participated in observing Arbor Day in Ohio. This year the Lions Club purchased 650 blue spruce saplings for all of Clinton County’s fourth-grade students. The club works with the Fourth Grade Foresters USA of Lincoln, Nebraska. Shown in the picture are some of Clinton-Massie’s fourth-graders with Lions member Gene Snyder, who made the program presentation and distributed the trees. Courtesy photo