December 18, 2018

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Mt Clear SC and The Orchard

TREES PLANTED

Brian and Maree Harrison (Harrison Funerals) have once again donated trees to a local school in Ballarat. This time, 18 mature trees were planted at the Mt Clear Secondary College campus by Year 12 VCAL students. Through Fifteen Trees, Brian and Maree plant one mature tree for every funeral service they hold at their Main Rd, premises.       Harrison Funerals ‘strive to ensure that every family’s funeral experience is a positive one and through (their) care and service (they) are able to ease some of the grief and assist the healing process’.        
On behalf of Year 12 VCAL we would like to thank Fifteen Trees and Harrison Funerals for donating 18 fruit trees for our school grounds. We appreciate the donation you have supplied for not only our class but for the whole school environment. Vanessa Werner & Matthew Reyne | Mt Clear College | Senior VCAL  
VCAL class of 2018
  This post rounds off a ‘year of mature tree planting’ on the behalf of Maree and Brian Harrison. This year, we planted 93 trees at 5 sites: Pinarc (25), Mt Pleasant PS (20), Yuille Park (5), Delacombe PS (25) and Mt Clear SC (18). Big thank you to this generous couple who are constantly giving back to the community in which they live and work. Sláinte – Colleen    

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