On a not so warm morning the Rotary Club of Norfolk Sunrise set out to plant approximately 170 trees along the Norfolk Sunrise Trail on April 13. Approximately 30 people showed up with spades in hand prepared to plant. We had club members, family and friends and one previous member made an appearance to the delight of everyone (thanks Yuliia!!) After the 2 ½ hours of digging holes, planting trees, and laying down mulch the group found time to chat, eat cookies (thanks as always to Gail Catherwood) and admire not only the new plantings but the previous plantings as well as the daffodils.  These have come on early this year so don’t miss out, be sure to get down there to check it all out. Prior to the day of planting we had a crew who dug out approximately 70 trees from President John Wallace’s property. Another 100 trees were sold to us by Norfolk County at an approximate cost of $10/tree and the mulch and flags were supplied by the County. Kudos go out to Paul Zorad on the smaller auger and Andy Kooistra on the larger one. Great work by both of them. We had a front end loader and bucket from Malo farms as well as Abe Klassen helping out on the loader. There were a lot of wheels in motion that day and everyone worked great together ensuring all the tasks were covered. Thanks to Steve Malo for orchestrating the day.  You can see more pictures by clicking on Read More.