City of Shelburne Issues a Challenge to Municipalities In Support of HOHLT

What started as a single ‘Hero Tree’ donation, has begun to gain momentum across the province.  Back in May, the City of Shelburne made a donation to purchase a Hero Tree as part of the Highway of Heroes Living Tribute in honour of one of their city’s veterans.  Being the first municipality to step up to the plate, the city issued a challenge to its counterparts across the province to do the same.
The City of Shelburne’s challenge did not go unheard!  Many others have since joined in to support our Living Tribute in response to the challenge.

Here are the others who have joined in to support the Trees for Heroes Campaign in response to the City of Shelburne’s challenge:
Township of Puslinch Landry
Township or Nairn and Hyman
Township of Bonfield
Corporation of the Township of Machar
The Corporation of the Township of Orangeville
The Corporation of the Township of Melancthon
Township of Woolwich
The Township of McKellar
Corporation of the Township of Englehart
County of Dufferin
The Town of Northeastern Manitoulin and the Islands
Town of Collingwood
The Corporation of the Township of Uxbridge
Township of Stirling-Rawdon
Corporation of the Township of Armour
District of Parry Sound
Canton de Champlain Township
Township of Macdonald, Meredith & Aberdeen
Township of Madoc
Corporation of the Town of Georgina
Township of Amaranth
The Corporation of the Town of Tecumseh
Township of Wainfleet
A special thank you to the City of Markham for their contribution of 15 trees to the Highway of Heroes Living Tribute!

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