Aurora Mayor joins Trees Ontario Foundation and Maple Leaves Forever to celebrate Maple Leaf Day in Aurora
Wednesday, September 20th 2006 5:20:23pm
(Aurora, ON) Join Aurora Mayor Tim Jones, representatives from Maple Leaves Forever and the Trees Ontario Foundation at the Aurora Community Arboretum to celebrate ‘Maple Leaf Day,’ where you can give Thanksgiving a start by planting trees, enjoying the fall colours and learning about the connection between Canadians and their cherished environment!
Celebrated every year on the last Wednesday in September, Maple Leaf Day gives Canadians a chance to reflect on the bond between their lives and the maple leaf – a symbol of our historical, economic and environmental link to trees.
Maple Leaf Day is celebrated in 41 communities across Canada.
Wednesday, September 27, 2006, 9:00 am
(There will be a photo opportunity at 9:15 am)
Aurora Family Leisure Complex, 135 Industrial Parkway North, Aurora (Meet at the Gazebo near parking lot and Baseball diamond #1)
Ken Jewett, founder of Maple Leaves Forever and Aurora Mayor Tim Jones, will present and take part in the planting of tree saplings.
Tim Jones, Mayor of Aurora
Ken Jewett, Founder, Maple Leaves Forever
Irene Clement, President, Aurora Community Arboretum
For more information please contact:
Ken Jewett, President, Maple Leaves Forever, 416-755-9263 [EX.222], email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.mapleleavesforever.com
Rob Keen, Program Manager, Trees Ontario, 1-800-387-0790 or email email@example.com or visit www.treesontario.on.ca