Feb 11 is Plant Pico Day in Rancho Park

  Join the Westside Neighborhood Council for

PLANT PICO DAY

Feb.  11th from 9am-noon

Want to help your community? Have a child who wants some community service hours? Over 100 trees will be planted on

Pico Boulevard and we need your help to plant 20 of them!


We need 100 volunteers to form 20 Tree Teams!Please go to

signmeup.com/80244 and register to help plant our new trees.

Yummy food and beverages provided.

Support from TreePeople for each Tree Team.

Special Appearance by Councilman Paul Koretz

Trees provided through Million Tree Program and contributions from JMB Realty.

Have questions or want more info?  Contact Lisa Morocco at wncbusiness@verizon.net.

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Comment by Orli Belman on February 13, 2012 at 9:01am

What a great comment and a great event. Pico looks even more beautiful now. It was so much fun to see so many familiar faces and meet some new folks too. My group got their hands  and feet dirty, and loved every minute of it. We named the flowering pear tree we planted between Prosser and Parnell Parmesan and look forward to watching her grow and bloom. I posted photos some photos and look forward to seeing other peoples pictures as well.

Comment by Overland Avenue on February 12, 2012 at 7:39pm

This community effort was a spectacular success!  Thanks, Orli, for coming out and planting a tree -- and thank you Rancho Park for getting up early, joining your local neighborhood council and Station 92 for the pancake breakfast -- our firefighters ROCK!  A special thanks to Overland Avenue Community resident and WNC business seat Lisa Morocco who was the vision and the number one cheerleader and promoter behind this community activity!  Thanks to Terri Tippit, our wonderful WNC Chair, who knows who to talk to in order to make this a true feel good community event.  Thanks to CD 5 -- Paul Koretz for coming out, rolling up his sleeves, and planting a tree in front of John O'Groats, and thanks to his great staff -- Joan, Dimitri, and Sheila -- for wearing shovel appropriate clothing, and really getting into the planting experience!!  Not just pretty faces!

 

Most importantly, thanks to all of you -- the people that live here, the kids, the parents, the tree people, all of you, who got up early on Saturday to make this a perfect event!

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