CIVIC ACTION: Members of the Ballenas Interact Civic Action Club planted an Eddie’s White Wonder Dogwood tree in Nicholls Park on Tuesday to recognize Earth Day. Also there to lend a hand were Parksville councillor Al Grier

Parksville students perform some civic action

Members of the Ballenas Interact Civic Action Club planted an Eddie's White Wonder Dogwood tree in Nicholls Park in Parksville on Tuesday

  • Apr. 30, 2015 6:00 p.m.

CIVIC ACTION: Members of the Ballenas Interact Civic Action Club planted an Eddie’s White Wonder Dogwood tree in Nicholls Park on Tuesday to recognize Earth Day. Also there to lend a hand were Parksville councillor Al Grier, BSS principal Rudy Terpstra and Parksville parks department staff. The club has played a major part in the revitalization of Nicholls Park, located on the corner of Pym Street and Newcastle Avenue over the last few years, said teacher Bruce Richman.

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