100 Trees Across PEI Program - Centennial Project 

Six trees were planted and two benches presented to mark 100 years of Rotary on Prince Edward Island. Honourable H. Frank Lewis, Richard Brown representing the Province, members of the Government House Garden Committee, descendants of the Charter Members of the Rotary Club of Charlottetown, Rotarians, and their guests, were in attendance. After the tree planting, people enjoyed refreshments at Government House.
 
 
 
 
 
The Rotary Club of Charlottetown & Stratford, represented by President's Wes MacAleer & James Pineau, helped plant two trees in Stratford on May 15th in memory of Tom DeBlois & Jack Cutcliffe. David DeBlois planted a tree in memory of Tom with his mother, Claudia, and his sister, Suzi. There were about 30-40 people in attendance with almost 20 employees of Sobey's. 
 
The trees are yellow birch and were planted on Sobey's property across from Petro Canada on the corner of Trans-Canada and Kinlock Road in a landscaped area. The remaining 8 trees in the Stratford area will be planted on Saturday in the new park at Reeves Estate.
 
 
The Cutcliffe family were also very appreciative of this event with Jack's daughter representing the family. Rotary Club of Charlottetown President, Wes MacAleer and incoming Rotary Club of Stratford President, Emile Gallant and Club Secretary, John Rhynes are also pictured below.
 
On Friday May 19th, Arbor Day, Forty trees were planted in Victoria Park by Hillsborough Rotarian's Penny Walsh-McGuire, Susan Fraser, Dawn Alan, & Heather Tedford. Rotary Club of Charlottetown is represented by Umesh Gupta and Bob Moffatt.
 
Also on Friday, Craig Harris and several members of the Rotary Club of Summerside, along with some local children, planted 25 new trees in the ground at Rotary Friendship Park in Summerside.