Shaklee Reforest The Red

Dear Shaklee Family,

Please join in the effort to reforest the Red.

In conjunction with the Earth Day Celebration 2007, an opportunity to participate in a project to plant 2,250 trees and shrub species creating a buffer to stabilize the rivers’ banks and reduce erosion is planned for April 28 from 11 – 3. (See the attachments.) This is an effort headed by the Fargo Parks and Recreations Department along with the Sierra Club and River Keepers. They will use the adult members of our group to supervise the children who will be participating; however some of our Shaklee family members may be doing the actual planting. If you are a supervisor, there will be training 1 hour prior to the event. I invite all interested Shaklee family members to join in this effort. Also, if you are a member of a group or know of a group who would perhaps be interested in this project (church youth groups, 4-H groups, Girl or Boy scouts, a classroom of children from a school or adult groups) please ask them to join in this activity also. (This effort will be sent to Shaklee as a part of the Million Trees Million Dreams campaign.)

Please make a commitment today to help in this project. I would like to report back to the Reforest the Red Group by April 3rd with the tentative number of Shaklee members who are willing to help with this project. Please fill out the Participation form and either email it to me at saholte@cableone.net or give it to me. Or you may call me — 218.236.9215 to register or if you have questions. However, if you find at the last minute you are able to join us, we will take any and all help we can get.

There are many other activities happening in the Fargo Moorhead area. For more information go to www.cassscd.org, then click on Earth Day Events to get more information.

Thank you,

Sue and Dan, members of the Shaklee family and a part of the Earth Day Celebration committee.


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