Everyone got into the act. Young Layne carries a shovel as Dad (left) watches.
The tree planting was accomplished with City Hall assistance and a $4,850 grant from California ReLeaf.
About 70 trees were planted today and another 70 will be planted on February 16. The trees are being planted in parkway and frontage road medians in the general area bounded by Spring, Willow, Palo Verde and Studebaker.
Councilwoman Kell told LBReport.com this event is one of a number of tree plantings that have taken place in her district, including a large number of new trees planted in El Dorado Park.
For further info on volunteering for the Feb. 16 neighborhood tree planting, Mr. Ellens invites LBReport.com readers to email him at: JELLENS@aew.com