The 32nd annual Meewasin Plant-A-Tree Dedication was held on Saturday, June 9, 2018 at 1:00 p.m. in Boomtown at Saskatoon’s Western Development Museum.
Meewasin would like to thank the more than 400 people, including families, groups of friends and colleagues who came together in the last year to green the Meewasin Valley. These donors made gifts to honour the special people and events in their lives. Donors looked to the Meewasin Plant-A-Tree program, which also includes brick and bench sponsorships, to honour the memories of those most dear to them and to celebrate the joyous milestones in their lives, such as weddings, births, graduations and anniversaries.
The afternoon program offered selections by the Saskatoon Choral Society and the Honor Song by the Scout Singers as well as words of greeting by His Honour The Honourable W. Thomas Molloy, Saskatoon Mayor Charlie Clark, Meewasin CEO Andrea Lafond and a message from Green Circle Donor Robert Halliday.
The 2018 program included the placement of more than 100 trees and shrubs, Meewasin Trail benches, seating blocks and bricks.