TORONTO, Dec. 7 /CNW/ - On Monday, 7 December, representatives of the Ontario Forestry Association will present an Ontario-grown Christmas tree to the Hon. David C. Onley, to usher in the holiday season at Queen's Park. The decorated tree will adorn the Drawing Room of the Lieutenant Governor's Suite, where it will be viewed by hundreds of guests as well as schoolchildren and members of the public taking guided tours of Queen's Park. The Lieutenant Governor will also hand out certificates to the winners of the Ontario Forestry Association's annual Envirothon and Tree Bee winners.
EVENT: Presentation of the Christmas Tree
DATE: Monday 7 December 2009
TIME: 3:30 pm
PLACE: Drawing Room, Lieutenant Governor's Suite, Queen's Park (first
For over 50 years, The OFA has promoted awareness, understanding, and stewardship of Ontario's forests. The Association provides environmental education materials and programs, advocates appropriate government activities, and supports tree-planting initiatives.
SOURCE Office of the Lieutenant Governor of Ontario
For further information: For further information: Nanda Casucci-Byrne, Office of the Lieutenant Governor, Tel. (416) 325-7781