Lions Club plants trees


Gallia Academy Principal Josh Donley along with Buzz Call, Richard Brown and Rick Howell complete planting of Japanese maple at the entrance to Gallia Academy High School.


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The Gallipolis Lions Club recently visited Gallia Academy and South Gallia to plant two trees at each location. Gallia Academy received two Japanese maples while South Gallia received two ornamental cherry trees. The Lions are donating two trees each year for three years to each high school over three year time period as part of an environmental project activity. River Valley will be receiving two Dogwood trees this fall. Displaying the ornamental Cherry Tree are Richard Brown, Principal Bray Shamblin, four members of the FFA and Buzz Call at South Gallia.


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Gallia Academy Principal Josh Donley along with Buzz Call, Richard Brown and Rick Howell complete planting of Japanese maple at the entrance to Gallia Academy High School.

The Gallipolis Lions Club recently visited Gallia Academy and South Gallia to plant two trees at each location. Gallia Academy received two Japanese maples while South Gallia received two ornamental cherry trees. The Lions are donating two trees each year for three years to each high school over three year time period as part of an environmental project activity. River Valley will be receiving two Dogwood trees this fall. Displaying the ornamental Cherry Tree are Richard Brown, Principal Bray Shamblin, four members of the FFA and Buzz Call at South Gallia.

Gallia Academy Principal Josh Donley along with Buzz Call, Richard Brown and Rick Howell complete planting of Japanese maple at the entrance to Gallia Academy High School.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/42/2017/05/web1_5.18-PPR-LionsClub1.jpgGallia Academy Principal Josh Donley along with Buzz Call, Richard Brown and Rick Howell complete planting of Japanese maple at the entrance to Gallia Academy High School. Courtesy photo

The Gallipolis Lions Club recently visited Gallia Academy and South Gallia to plant two trees at each location. Gallia Academy received two Japanese maples while South Gallia received two ornamental cherry trees. The Lions are donating two trees each year for three years to each high school over three year time period as part of an environmental project activity. River Valley will be receiving two Dogwood trees this fall. Displaying the ornamental Cherry Tree are Richard Brown, Principal Bray Shamblin, four members of the FFA and Buzz Call at South Gallia.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/42/2017/05/web1_5.18-PPR-LionsClub2.jpgThe Gallipolis Lions Club recently visited Gallia Academy and South Gallia to plant two trees at each location. Gallia Academy received two Japanese maples while South Gallia received two ornamental cherry trees. The Lions are donating two trees each year for three years to each high school over three year time period as part of an environmental project activity. River Valley will be receiving two Dogwood trees this fall. Displaying the ornamental Cherry Tree are Richard Brown, Principal Bray Shamblin, four members of the FFA and Buzz Call at South Gallia. Courtesy photo