Tavora Reserve planting

Photo: Bill Campbell
Photo: Bill Campbell
Otago-Southland RSA president Jenepher Glover (front) was joined by a group of volunteers, including staff from the Yellow-eyed Penguin Trust, the Waitaki District Council and Palmerston Lions Club, for the Matariki Te Rakau tree-planting project earlier this week.

She said the planting at Tavora Reserve would complement "our time-honoured war memorials, places where whanau, communities and visitors can come and appreciate the sacrifices our service personnel made, and are making so that we can enjoy places such as Tavora". 

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