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Tree for all at Port Coquitlam school

Students, staff and parents at Port Coquitlam’s Westwood elementary school gathered on National Tree Day, Sept. 26, and, with a School District 43 crew, planted a tree on the school grounds. The red sunset maple was donated by Project Lawns Landscape Maintenance, a PoCo company. - Melissa McKinnon photo
Students, staff and parents at Port Coquitlam’s Westwood elementary school gathered on National Tree Day, Sept. 26, and, with a School District 43 crew, planted a tree on the school grounds. The red sunset maple was donated by Project Lawns Landscape Maintenance, a PoCo company.
— image credit: Melissa McKinnon photo

Students, staff and parents at Port Coquitlam’s Westwood elementary school gathered on National Tree Day, Sept. 26, and, with a School District 43 crew, planted a tree on the school grounds. The red sunset maple was donated by Project Lawns Landscape Maintenance, a PoCo company.

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