|Caroline Bay mass planting|
|Timaru's The Courier,
||21 Sep 2017|
|General News - page 12 - 119 words - ID 848140405 - Photo: Yes - Type: News Item - Size: 408.00cm2|
School effort... Oceanview Heights School pupils did their bit to beautify Caroline Bay during a mass planting effort. Pupils from the school's new entrants/year 2 class are (from left) Jonathon Sadler-Bromley (6), Jayden Gilmore (6), Ariana Crichton (7) and John Mataka (5). PHOTOS: SUPPLIED
Workplace effort . . . Sanford staff lent a hand with a mass planting effort at Caroline Bay. Pictured are staff with (at left) Kevin Moore from the Timaru District Council (orange vest), Kiwi Can leaders Dom Papoutsou and Richie Bradley (black and green tops) and Sanford manager Grant Day (front, patting dog).
Ground work . . . Oceanview Heights School pupil Samisoni Pango (5) at the Kiwi Can planting exercise at Caroline Bay.
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