Rotary Club of Estero recognized for planting 50 trees in Estero Community Park

//Rotary Club of Estero recognized for planting 50 trees in Estero Community Park

Kathy Ball presented a plaque to Tom Patricca in recognition of the Rotary Club of Estero’s purchase of trees for the park. The plaque will hang in the park’s Recreation Center.

On Earth Day, April 22, 2018, Kathy Ball, Senior Supervisor, Lee County Parks and Recreation, presented a plaque to Tom Patricca, President, Rotary Club of Estero, for the club’s monetary contribution of $4,000 toward the purchase of 50 native trees for the park.  The trees were planted on March 14, 2018, and included 10 sabal palms, 26 live oaks, 10 bald cypress and 4 shady lady black olive trees.

Estero Community Park is located at 9200 Corkscrew Palms Blvd.

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