Perkins County fourth graders planted two sugar maple trees with tree board and Lions Club members at Grant City Park on Friday, April 26 in honor of Arbor Day. The trees were donated by the Grant Tree Board and Grant Lions Club. The tree board also sponsored shirts, which were designed by each student.
The Perkins County Community Foundation Fund is accepting applications until July 1 from entities wanting to partner with the Fund to address long-term needs of Perkins County.
To celebrate Arbor Day, the fourth grade at Wallace School planted a Redmond Linden tree on the school playground. The tree was purchased by the Wallace Community Club.
Wallace Lions Membership Chair Kathy Fowler (left) was recognized by Lions Clubs International for helping recruit and retain new Lions for the Wallace Club.
Matthew Wendell of Grant (center) was received into the Catholic Church at the Easter Vigil.